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Australia Perth nightclub owner regrets drink spiking comments

14:55  07 october  2019
14:55  07 october  2019 Source:   9news.com.au

Man unconscious after street fight outside Rapture nightclub

  Man unconscious after street fight outside Rapture nightclub A man was left unconscious after a street fight outside the Rapture nightclub in Perth on Saturday night, but the nightclub's owner said the club was not involved. The man, aged in his 20s, was taken to Royal Perth Hospital early on Sunday morning with suspected head injuries but was later released. © 9NEWS The man was taken to hospital with suspected head injuries. © 9NEWS Nightclub owner Neil Scott said the fracas had nothing to do with Rapture nightclub. But nightclub owner Neil Scott said the street fight has "nothing to do" with his Northbridge club.

A Perth nightclub has been slammed for its heartless response to a woman’s claim that her drink was drugged, asking if she was “worth” someone spiking her drink . In a post circulating widely across Facebook and Twitter, a private message from Shantel Smith to the club claimed her drink was

A Perth nightclub has come under fire over its shocking response to a young woman's claim she had her drink spiked . Are you worth someone trying to spike your drink ?" the response read. "We think this is a beat-up and we believe that no one would be stupid to waste their drugs on spiking anyone's

The Perth nightclub owner at the centre of a social media storm surrounding an alleged drink spiking says he regrets the comments he made to the teen.

Rapture Nightclub is now copping abuse online, after rudely dismissing a young woman's claims her drink was spiked.

In a private message, owner Neil Scott asks Shantel Smith "What proof do you have of your drink being spiked?" and "Are you worth someone trying to spike your drink?"

The 19-year-old then posted the message to her Instagram.

Protesters to gather outside a nightclub after the owner questioned whether a 'plain Jane' teenage girl was WORTH having her drink spiked

  Protesters to gather outside a nightclub after the owner questioned whether a 'plain Jane' teenage girl was WORTH having her drink spiked Neil Scott, owner of Perth's Rapture nightclub has been under fire since his controversial comments after 19-year-old Shantel Smith claimed she had her drink spiked on Saturday night. Since the owner's divisive remarks, a Facebook event has been organised with nearly 100 people saying they will attend in hopes to put an end to the 'disgusting' club.The protest is due to be held on Friday night and 88 people have already said they will attend.Mr Scott told Daily Mail Australia that he believed the protest was a 'good idea' and would reveal the 'anonymous haters' he had been abused by online.

Perth nightclub faces intense backlash over response to drink - spiking allegation. The patron suggests the owner should consider increasing the club ’s security, noting that none of their friends will be going there again due to the lack of a single bouncer inside.

Rapture nightclub drink spike : Perth nightclub Rapture has received international condemnation for victim blaming a young woman. She went on to explain that two of her friends had the same experience of being drugged at the club in the past couple of weeks, pointing out that she didn't see a

a woman in a black shirt: Shantel Smith told Nine she was shocked by the response she received.© Nine Shantel Smith told Nine she was shocked by the response she received. a close up of a person holding a sign: West Australian police have confirmed that are making inquiries into the incident, after the 19-year-old woman attended Joondalup Police Station to report the alleged attack.© Nine West Australian police have confirmed that are making inquiries into the incident, after the 19-year-old woman attended Joondalup Police Station to report the alleged attack.

She's told 9News: "The response was definitely upsetting, the fact they took a couple of days to reply and you know they responded with such a horrible message was definitely very disappointing."

That screenshot has now gone viral.

Mr Scott has told 9News he regrets the messages, but says he doesn't believe the teen's drink was spiked.

a man looking at the camera: Rapture nightclub owner Neil Scott says he regrets the comments.© Nine Rapture nightclub owner Neil Scott says he regrets the comments.

"Lets face it, why would somebody spike her drink? Why would they do that? What are they hoping to get? What is she hoping to get from it? I don't know if she thinks she's special enough to be spiked, I don't know if that's how it works."

Man knocked out over food fight outside Gold Coast nightclubs

  Man knocked out over food fight outside Gold Coast nightclubs The alleged one-punch attack happened outside some of the Gold Coast's most well-known nightclubs.The injured man, 29, was rushed to hospital in a serious condition following the alleged assault in the Surfers Paradise nightclub district during the small hours of Tuesday morning.

Rapture Nightclub in Perth has been slammed after an anonymous patron shared screenshots reporting a drink - spiking incident. The patron suggests the owner should consider increasing the club 's security, noting that none of their friends will be going there again due to the lack of a single

A nightclub in Perth is facing intense online backlash after allegedly victim-blaming and not taking a report of drink - spiking seriously over Facebook Rapture Nightclub in Western Australia has been called out on social media after screenshots of an anonymous patron reporting a drink - spiking were

He has also released CCTV from outside the nightclub, showing the teenager chatting and playing around with friends, which is time stamped about 20 minutes after she says she woke up in the bathroom of the nightclub.

CCTV given to Nine shows the 19-year-old outside the club.© Supplied CCTV given to Nine shows the 19-year-old outside the club.

"I was in a toilet stall, there was vomit everywhere and I was foaming at the mouth, so yeah it was really horrible," Ms Smith said.

West Australian police have confirmed that are making inquiries into the incident, after the 19-year-old woman attended Joondalup Police Station to report the alleged attack.

Love Machine nightclub shooting co-accused 'hid gun' .
A man accused of hiding a gun used in Melbourne's deadly Love Machine nightclub drive-by shooting wants bail. Moussa Hamka is charged with being an accessory after the fact to murder over the April shooting, which killed security guard Aaron Osmani and patron Richard Arow.The gun used in the shooting was later found hidden in Hamka's bedroom, Melbourne Magistrates Court was told during a bail application today.

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