Nightclub “Jupiter Club” is once again in the headlines with a controversial story.
The Danish nightclub is having a party tonight, and therefore they had made an event on
Facebook, so people could check if they’re going or not and possibly invite their friends (you know how it works)
And the graphic they used for the event had a statement that says “Parties require a minimum three – You, alcohol & drugs”.
So this is obviously promoting drugs. (Click picture for better quality)
The owners say “It’s a picture we have chosen because it’s pretty”.
First of all, I’m very, very sure that they had it custom made.
That’s obvious. So this is just a blatant lie, but what can you expect from these type of immature people?
They continue saying: “We don’t promote drug-use, and I think the ones who saw the picture know that drugs won’t be a part of the party.”
The last time they reached the headlines was in relation to live oral-sex back in December.
A cop says:
“I don’t believe that the guy who arranged the party will write that stuff publicly. The drugs would get removed instantly”.
I (the citizen journalist) don’t know if the cop doesn’t understand the situation at all,
but obviously the statement “Parties require a minimum three – You, alcohol & drugs” on the promo banner is an indirect invitation to bring your own drugs, and there will not be any checking of drugs by the security guards that are hired by the nightclub.
It seems like the cop thinks that other people think that there will be drugs for sale at the club after they saw the promo banner.
No, that’s not it. As mentioned, it’s obviously an indirect invite to freely bring your own drugs, because the owners are cool with it, and they run the place, so they control what the security guards care about.
And if the owners say “Just let people bring in drugs”, then that’s what the security guards will do.
The nightclub has after the trouble removed the Facebook event.