Miami Beach Revokes Business License for Mokai Lounge

Casey Dawson
March 11, 2018

After a bikini-clad woman rode a white stallion into a crowded Miami Beach nightclub, city officials called foal. The animal is surrounded by clubgoers and suddenly drops to the ground and then bucks, throwing the woman off. People gasp and scream, and the horse looks terrified, attempting to bite someone. "After this horse panicked, fell and landed on his back, the nightclubs license was pulled..."

The video was posted by Miami Beach activist Michael DeFilippi, who encouraged people to share the "shocking footage".

Partiers at the Mokai Lounge in Miami Beach are seen screaming as the white animal falls while being ridden by a go-go dancer in black lingerie.

Due to the acts by Mokai Lounge and their violations of the City Code, the City Manager Morales ordered the immediate revocation of their business license effective immediately.

Florida International University graduate Leeza Marie Juelle helped spread the video after she saw it on a friend's page, she says.

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"What kind of idiot would do something like to this to an animal?" said Miami Beach mayor Dan Gelber at a press conference earlier today.

"We are very concerned over the allegations", police spokesman Officer Ernesto Rodriguez said. "This is inhumane and deserves serious attention ASAP". "We're looking at it from a police perspective in terms of animal cruelty".

Last night, the city was made aware of an incident involving possible animal cruelty and a hazard to public safety. Jones denied any part in the incident with the horse.

A video immediately went viral when the horse did exactly what one would expect a horse to do in a loud and packed nightclub.

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