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DRUGGIN CLUB-GOERS CAUGHT WITH PANTS DOWN

By Alfa, Sep 7, 2004 | | |
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  1. Alfa
    DRUGGING CLUB-GOERS CAUGHT WITH PANTS DOWN

    JOHANNESBURG: About 80 naked men socialising at a New
    Doornfontein nightclub were caught with their pants
    down when the venue was raided by police.

    "The Factory", a strictly men-only club where the policy is to pay and
    leave your clothes at the door, was raided on Saturday night in what
    police say is the first of a string of planned drug raids on
    nightclubs in and around Johannesburg.

    Two men were arrested for CAT possession, one for dagga and the fourth
    for the possession of a schedule 7 drug without a prescription.

    "Most of the patrons had their shoes on, so I would imagine the drugs
    were found in their socks," said Insp Dennis Adriao, a police
    spokesman for Gauteng.

    Police recovered drugs valued at about R20 000 from the floor where
    they had been hastily ditched by patrons during the raid.

    The 56-year-old club manager was arrested for trading without a liquor
    licence. - Mercury Correspondent

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  1. Alfa
    POLICE RAID NIGHTCLUB

    The manager of a nightclub and four of his patrons were arrested during a
    police raid in New Doornfontein, Johannesburg on Saturday night.

    "We were working on information that drugs were being sold and used in the
    nightclub," police spokesman Inspector Dennis Adriao said on Sunday.

    He said the four men arrested were found in possession of drugs, but many
    other patrons had time to discard theirs, and a variety of substances worth
    R20,000 was found strewn on the floor of the club.

    The manager was arrested for trading without a liquor licence. R30,000
    worth of liquor was also confiscated.

    Adriao said the police appreciated that the 80 clubbers at "The Factory" at
    the time of the raid were co-operative and friendly: "The police did their
    job and they left. They were very co-operative," he said.

    Drugs found included Cat (crystal meths), cocaine, Ecstasy, dagga, and
    various schedule 7 medicines.

    "We are enforcing the laws quite strictly. We will be following further
    information on other nightclubs," Adriao said.
  2. Alfa
    CLUB PATRONS CAUGHT WITH PANTS DOWN DURING DRUG RAID

    Johannesburg: About 80 naked men socialising at a New Doornfontein
    nightclub were caught with their pants down, with many of them ditching
    drugs when the venue was raided by police. "The Factory", a men-only club
    where the policy is to pay and leave your clothes at the door, was hit on
    Saturday night in what police say is the start of raids on nightclubs here.
    Illegal substances valued at about R20,000 were found abandoned on the floor.
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