Foxtail nightclub forced to close after woman does something UNBELIEVABLY LEWD with a bottle
Foxtail nightclub shut down its operations after a video of a female customer performing lewd acts with a bottle caught the attention of people
WARNING: GRAPHIC DEPICTION OF SEXUALIZED ACTS
In Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, a nightclub closed after an obscene video of one of its customers went viral. In the shocking footage, a lady is seen having a bottle pushed into her vagina in front of startled spectators at the infamous pool party venue Foxtail/Skybar.
Although the exact time of the event is now unknown, the club announced on Tuesday that it would stop activities at the venue. The club declared on its website and Instagram that the safety and well-being of its customers and employees is their number one concern.
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"After careful consideration, the owners of Foxtail/Skybar have decided to pause operations at the venue until further notice. The climate for operating a nighttime economy business in the South Side has regressed to the point of being unstable and has led to a customer base that is problematic," the message on the website read.
The club also stated that once a solution to the problems afflicting its area has been effectively achieved, they look forward to re-entering the community.
The club didn't mention the video, but a local judge spoke out against it in remarks to the media. District Justice Eugene Ricciardi said in a statement to WPXI, "That is an embarrassment. That video went viral across the United States. We have people in Florida that saw that video. What does that say about us?"
He said that he had spoken with the club's owner directly and that he had agreed to close the establishment until they could get everything under control. Ricciardi also mentioned that the club owner agreed to drain the third-floor swimming pool.
As part of Ricciardi's suggested remedies, the mayor of Pittsburgh may implement "stop and frisk" and declare a "crime state of emergency." Police frequently detain, question, and search citizens as part of a tactic known as "stop and frisk" to detect illicit items and weapons.
As a result of the tragedy, Mayor Ed Gainey was forced to address locals and business owners on Pittsburgh's South Side due to the area's shocking crime rate. According to WESA, Gainey said, "This visit was important as we continue to build out Pittsburgh's plan for peace to ensure that everyone is safe in our city. This is 20 years in the making. This is not going to be something that is solved tomorrow."
Gainey concluded by saying, "The only way we can create a Pittsburgh pathway to prosperity is if we're working together."
Gainey addressed this matter on Twitter:
I walked E Carson St with Chief of Staff @JakeWheatleyJr, Director of @PghPublicSafety Lee Schmidt, & Councilor @BruceKraus.— Mayor Ed Gainey (@MayorEdGainey) June 11, 2022
Thank you to those who talked with me tonight. I look forward to continuing to develop our plan for peace on Tuesday with residents & business owners. 2/2 pic.twitter.com/VtvlLMECE2
One of the area's business owners, Christie Neff, begged Gainey to help save them as a result of the impending mass migration. Neff is the owner of Twelve Whiskey Barbecue. She continued by warning Mayor Gaines that if he continues to not take a stand, all of the South Side companies that genuinely work hard would ultimately disintegrate.
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Pittsburgh law enforcement has indicated they intend to give the area better policing. "We've seen it work in other areas, where saturating an area with all of our resources really tamed the activity," said Assistant Chief Linda Barone.