Nightclub shutdown over fights

PUBLISHED: 16:00 01 July 2009 | UPDATED: 16:53 25 August 2010

A NIGHCLUB owner whose premises hosted a weekly Sexy Touch night has lost an appeal to keep the club open.

A NIGHCLUB owner whose premises hosted a weekly 'Sexy Touch' night has lost an appeal to keep the club open.

Managers for N-Tyce nightclub in Wellington Street, Woolwich, had their appeal to overturn Greenwich council's decision to revoke their licence quashed after a six-day court case.

A district judge at Bromley Magistrates court told the council of their decision on Friday, June 19 but are only due to formerly announce it at a hearing today at Woolwich Magistrates Court.

Police called for an immediate closure of the club where Kelly Rowland has performed on December 15 last year, but the council revoked its licence on January 12 this year.

This came after CCTV caught fights involving bouncers, a man drop kicking a woman in the face, robberies and bouncers briefly allowing a man outside the club to hit someone over the head with a bottle.

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