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A group of underwriters who do not need to proceed to form a syndicate.
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As she walked into the police station to complain that the Indian duo had made her lap-dance and have sex with clubbers without paying her money, according to records, a policeman noticed that she was drunk.
The 34-year-old sister testified to prosecutors that the 29-year-old assaulted and cursed her while she was involved in a heated argument with another clubber sitting beside them.
am posed for a selfie with a clubber who captioned the picture: "Not the best photo but I mad moment meeting @iamwill and the Black Eyed Peas in work #cardiff #blackeyedpeas.
He plans to theme the Mandy's Reunion with decor copied from the original photos of the old venue and showing pics of clubbers from back in the day on a huge video screen.
The top three issues most likely to put clubbers off are expensive door entry, expensive drinks and crowding.
The top three issues most likely to put clubbers off are door entry (46%), expensive drinks (46%), and crowding (43%).
THE number of clubbers has fallen 23% in five years as revellers choose cheaper nights out in pubs and bars.
HUNDREDS of clubbers have demanded a refund after organisers of Scotland's biggest dance music event allegedly oversold more than 300 tickets.
Four other clubbers were taken to hospital after taking the same pills.
A further three pictures with different clubbers posing alongside the man were posted on the official Facebook page from the club night, with a warning on the album of: "Don't judge us for what happened backstage.
The 22-year-olds were approached by a production agency to send in an audition tape to act as randy clubbers, the Sun reported.
ULTRA hip clubbers are used to designer lavs but this one pooh-poohs even the idea of privacy.