Trendy London Nightclub Loses License After anti-Semitic Brawl

In footage of the brawl, in which seven people were arrested, one participant is heard shouting 'f—ing Jews' at a group of Jews who had booked a table at the club.

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Bouji's nightclub, London.
Bouji's nightclub, London.Credit: Ewan Munro / Wikimedia Commons
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A trendy London nightclub had its license suspended after a brawl there that involved anti-Semitic remarks.

Bouji’s, which has hosted Kate Middleton and other celebrities, lost its license on Thursday, the International Business Times reported.

The Oct. 25 brawl, in which seven people were arrested, was the latest in a string of disturbances at the club, located in London’s Kensington neighborhood.

In footage of the brawl, one participant is heard shouting “f—ing Jews” at a group of Jews who had booked a table at the club.

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