Nightclub's 'all you can drink' offer leads to seven arrests
PUBLISHED: 10:47 16 July 2007 | UPDATED: 11:17 24 May 2010
THE owners of a Weston club have been told their licence could soon be 'under review' after seven men were arrested following one of
THE owners of a Weston club have been told their licence could soon be 'under review' after seven men were arrested following one of its 'all you can drink' nights.Police were called to a series of public disorder offences outside Vision in Richmond Street in the early hours of July 4.PC Karl Waltho, who is the alcohol-related crime officer for the district, said: "About eight officers turned up in total to three incidents, one after another."This really is the final warning for the owners of the club. They have been told that if we get another night like that and we can prove it is related to their promotion we will have to review their licence."We called in the designated premises supervisor, the person who holds the licence, to talk to him."When the people who were arrested were interviewed they said they had drunk themselves into excess."Luke Grove and Aaron Moffitt, both aged 20, of Weston, are due to appear on July 16, charged with public order offences that occurred on July 4.A 21-year-old man from Weston was arrested on July 4 but has been released on bail pending further enquires.A 19-year-old woman from Weston was cautioned for public order offences and possession of an offensive weapon.Three men of Vietnamese origin from London were arrested and released on bail pending further enquires.