Horse Shuts Down South Beach Nightclub

People gasp and scream as the horse throws the woman off. Party-goers were terrified as it started bolting and attempted to bite someone

People gasp and scream as the horse throws the woman off. Party-goers were terrified as it started bolting and attempted to bite someone

A scantily-clad woman rode a white horse into the Mokai Lounge nightclub in Miami Beach, Fla., in a viral video shared on March 8 and 9, 2018. Miami Beach police said they'd investigate possible animal cruelty charges.

A Miami nightclub has to close its doors after a woman rode a horse into a crowd of people.

A video of the incident was posted to LiveLeak and has led animal activists to demand action against the nightclub.

Meanwhile, Miami Beach Police tweeted that it has been "made aware" of the incident.

CBS4 also received images from viewers that appear to show a camel and another horse inside the club on different occasions, the station reports.

'We are very concerned over the allegations. And, to state the obvious, the Mokai Lounge "has engaged in activity that is outside the limitations of their business" license.

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On social media, a campaign to bring justice for the horse bashed Mokai for allowing the incident to happen. "They're lucky nobody including the horse was seriously injured or killed", a Facebook comment reads.

"I hope the full force of Florida law is applied to those who were involved and this place gets shut down".

In the video, a dancer sits atop a white horse, which starts bucking wildly as it seemingly got spooked by the sensory overload of the nightclub. This is inhumane and deserves serious attention ASAP'.

Suddenly, it slips on the floor and falls - knocking its rider off its back.

In 2015, she defended her action in a letter to the Financial Times.

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