Police investigating after woman rides horse into Miami nightclub

Police investigating after woman rides horse into Miami nightclub

Police investigating after woman rides horse into Miami nightclub

The handler then tries to maneuver it out of the crowd.

Mokai Lounge's business license was revoked Friday afternoon due to a threat in safety and a violation of the city's animal cruelty laws.

Mayor Dan Gelber praised the revocation of the club's business license, saying, "Animal cruelty is an abhorrent and vile act". "We're looking at it from a city perspective in terms of licensing, and we're looking at it from a police perspective in terms of the potential for cruelty charges", said Officer Ernesto Rodriguez.

Miami Beach Police reported they located the horse and a href="https://twitter.com/MiamiBeachPD/status/972263350435500032" tweeted /a>;, "The horse has been inspected and deemed healthy and safe. As such, we have launched a joint investigation with Miami Beach Code Enforcement".

One woman posted at 2:53 a.m. Thursday and said she'd witnessed firsthand the horse freaking out. The man pulls the scared horse out of the club. "I hate it so much. how could anyone do that???"

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Facebook user Leeza Marie Juelle helped spread the video.

"Shame on Mokai Lounge for ever allowing this to happen", Juelle writes. "This is inhumane and deserves serious attention ASAP".

"No doubt you will agree with me that it is one thing to, on the spur of the moment, get on a horse in a nightclub, but it is quite another to ride in on one", she added.

Horses can be easily startled by loud noises, which would obviously be present in a packed south Florida nightclub. He's won the George Polk Award and was a finalist for the Goldsmith Prize for Investigative Reporting.

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