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"What kind of idiot would do something like this to an animal and endanger people's lives at that club?" Images of a camel and a painted donkey were provided to CBS Miami. "I$3 hope you get penalized severely for what you put that poor animal through", another user wrote.
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Video of a panicked horse inside a packed Florida nightclub has created an internet storm that resulted in the venue being stripped of its business license. Suddenly, the horse bucks until it throws the woman to the floor and the crowd screams.
Shocked clubbers are heard gasping and screaming amid the chaos.
Club owner Roman Jones told CBS4 that the horse was not hurt in the stunt. There's no reports of serious injuries for the horse, rider or patrons.
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Back in Studio 54's heyday, Bianca Jagger rode a similar looking horse inside the wild NYC club in May 1977 for her birthday celebration. Fines can exceed $40,000 for repeated violations.
"I was disgusted and offended that any legitimate business person would think this was an appropriate action to take", Morlaes said in the statement. Mayor Dan Gelber called the incident with the horse this week a "vile" act of animal cruelty.
He said he supported the city manager's swift response to the incident.
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City Manager Jimmy Morales cited a threat to public safety and the city's animal cruelty laws as sufficient evidence to shut down the spot.