Nightclub shut down by police for walking a horse onto dancefloor

Nightclub shut down by police for walking a horse onto dancefloor

Nightclub shut down by police for walking a horse onto dancefloor

"It's a horse, a real horse", a clubgoer is heard saying.

A horse's alarming club appearance caused a Miami Beach nightclub to lose its license this week, city officials said.

"I was disgusted and offended that any legitimate businessperson would think this was an appropriate action to take", said City Manager Jimmy L. Morales.

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He said: 'What kind of idiot would do this, what kind of idiot would endanger people's lives by riding a horse into a club? The horse eventually calms down and is awarded one last resounding and frightening cheer from the crowd as it's led off.

Mayor Dan Gelber gave a press conference on Friday regarding the incident, voicing his outrage and digust over the situation.

"As such, we have launched a joint investigation with @MiamiBeachNews Code Enforcement", the deparment account's wrote in a series of tweets.

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It's possible the nightclub was attempting to reenact the equally controversial moment Bianca Jagger rode a white horse inside Studio 54 in 1977.

She added: 'The question remains as to why a horse was let into the doors of Mokai in the first place, but the answer remains the same, action must be taken for letting this happen'.

A petition to revoke the club's licence was set up and pulled in more than 1,000 signatures within hours.

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Several videos show the horse kicking and bucking the dancer off itself as it loses its footing on the floor before walking away, all in the middle of Mokai Lounge during a typical night's business.

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