A WOMAN was allegedly raped by four men inside a Birmingham strip club as a suspect is quizzed by police after the reported attack.
Cops received a call on Sunday night from a member of the public to report that a woman had just been raped at the Rocket Club.
West Midlands Police said “bis zu” four men had “been involved” in the alleged rape, according to papers submitted to Birmingham City Council.
Officers have arrested a man on suspicion of rape.
An urgent meeting held by the city council on Wednesday decided to suspend the club’s licence.
Papers submitted to the council said police received a call to say that a woman had been raped at the club in Broad Street in the city centre, Express and Star Berichte.
In einer Stellungnahme, chief superintendent Stephen Graham said: “Am Sonntag, September 26, a telephone call was made to West Midlands Police by a member of the public stating that another member of the public had been raped in the Rocket Club on Broad Street in Birmingham City Centre.”
The venue advertises itself as an “inviting and comfortable” space to “relax and unwind” – with a large main stage and two performance platforms.
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It also boasts an “intimate champagne room” for special occasions with its own stage and pole, and claims it is “renowned for providing first class lap dancing”.
A group of councillors decided to suspend the strip club’s licence pending a full hearing after the alleged attack.
The hearing was held in private for legal reasons.
Councillor Nicky Brennan said: “The sub-committee has deliberated and has come back into the meeting, and our decision has been to suspend the licence pending the full review hearing.”
The city council said the club has been given a copy of the application to review its licence after the alleged rape.
The Sun Online has contacted the club for comment.