Strip club customers accuse them of drugging and conning them out of £90,000
A Birmingham strip club has been hit by claims customers have been drugged, fleeced out of £90,000 and offered sex in locked VIP rooms.
One customer even tested himself for drugs and found he was under the influence of methadone and then checked his credit card which he said was £9,000 lighter after a trip to Legs 11.
The Broad Street club, which has been linked to the Albanian mafia, had its alcohol licence temporarily suspended on July 4 following a joint police and trading standards raid in June.
An in-depth police report laid bare the allegations of crimes in the club which was raided... read more
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