Miami's Mokai Nightclub Loses License After Video Shows Horse Inside Club

Violet Powell
March 11, 2018

A video of the incident - which starts out with a bikini-clad woman riding bareback on a white horse through the crowded venue - was widely shared Thursday night and Friday.

Colleen O'Brien, Vice President of PETA, added, "We know horese are skittish animals who don't belong among the pounding music, shouting crowds and flashing lights of a nightclub". In the video, the horse is visible scared and falls to the floor at one point.

Mokai Lounge's license is now revoked and the owners could face criminal charges.

Just when you thought glitzy, bottle-service nightclubs couldn't get any worse, someone made a decision to force a live horse into the mix of a packed Miami nightclub. Miami Beach Police posted the video a href="" on their Twitter /a feed in hopes of gathering more information from witnesses.

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Facebook user Leeza Marie Juelle helped spread the video.

"It is inhumane and the definition of animal cruelty". "This is inhumane and deserves serious attention ASAP".

Miami Beach police and code-enforcement officers began investigating after receiving multiple complaints, which ultimately led to the club shutting down.

As weird as the incident is, it's not the first time that a horse has been an attraction at a U.S. nightclub. The city manager revoked its license and deemed the incident a threat to public safety and potential violations of animal cruelty laws. "No doubt you will agree with me that it is one thing to, on the spur of the moment, to get on a horse in a nightclub, but it is quite another to ride in on one".

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