Infamous strip club Cocomo hoped to leave its troubles behind when they changed their name to 'Passion' earlier this month. The much talked about venue is right back in hot water however, after an incident of the gravest nature.
Reports from Gazeta Wyborcza indicate that a man who was denied entry to the club on Sunday evening was beaten by security so badly that he later died as a result of his injuries.
The newspaper claims that the victim had come along to Cocomo with his friend. The pair were said to be drunk and both protested when they were refused entry to the club. In response, the secutity guard is alleged to have punched one of the men in the face. The force of the hit was enough to knock the man over and smack his head against the wall, causing him to lose consciousness.
The club quickly called for the emergency services, who took the man to the hospital as soon as possible. Tragically, despite the best efforts of the medics, the injuries to the man's skull were so severe that he failed to regain consciousnes and later died.
The security guard responsible for the death of the man has apparently 'escaped' and is currently on the run from the police. The police do know the identity of the bouncer however, and are searching for his whereabouts.
According to Gazeta Wyborcza, the managers of the club were not willing to ask questions regarding the incident.
Meanwhile, 'Passion' is set to be open for business as usual this evening.