Miami nightclub shut down after woman rides horse on dance floor

11 March 2018, 01:07 | Isaac Mcdaniel

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The animal suddenly bucks, sending the woman to the ground.

A FURIOUS horse threw a scantily-clad dancer off its back as she attempted to ride it around the dance floor of a nightclub. It only took the investigation a few hours to determine the severity of the incident and the club had it's license revoked.

Facebook user Leeza Marie Juelle helped spread the video. "This is inhumane and deserves serious attention ASAP".

"The question remains as to WHY a horse was let into the doors of Mokai in the first place, but the answer remains the same, ACTION MUST BE TAKEN for letting this happen", the petition says.

The club is under investigation for possible animal cruelty and endangering public safety.

"What kind of idiot would do something like to this to an animal?"

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".

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

"We are looking at this from all angles now".

Bianca Jagger, now an animal rights activist, has said she regrets the incident and said the often-told story that she rode the horse into the club is not true.

The incident may recall a famous 1977 photograph of Bianca Jagger astride a white stallion in the NY nightclub Studio 54.

In 2015, she defended her action in a letter to the Financial Times.

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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