We have a new troublemaker in town.
Allure on George recently had its liquor license revoked and quickly restored as a result of photographs New York City's infamous Kirill took of topless, underage Newfoundland girls at the club.
And to celebrate being open again, last night there was a stabbing at the club.
The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary is investigating what they believe was a stabbing on George Street in St. John's early Saturday.
Police responded to a report of a disturbance around 2:30 a.m.
Officers discovered an injured man, who was taken to the Health Sciences Centre.
The RNC said the victim had injuries consistent with a stabbing.
No further details were provided, and it is not known if any arrests have been made.
No word on the man's condition.
This club is attracting a much rougher crowd than the street is known for and already has a reputation as a place you just don't go if you're not a wannabe gangster or really want to be one's b***h. And all of the controversies are just making it ever more popular.
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Assaults on George Street are relatively common, but almost never with any sort of weapon. The clash between this club's clientele and the typical George Street crowd (which tends to be older on average, mid 20s to mid 30s, and has the overall atmosphere of a happy, drunken friend) is only going to get worse.