A bit featuring a scantily clad woman riding bareback on a white horse has prompted officials to shut down a Florida nightclub. The animal is surrounded by clubgoers and suddenly drops to the ground and then bucks, throwing the woman off. People gasp and scream, and the horse looks terrified, attempting to bite someone.
Bianca Jagger, now an animal rights activist, has said she regrets the incident and said the often-told story that she rode the horse into the club is not true.
Police are now investigating the incident. In the video, the horse is visible scared and falls to the floor at one point.
Mokai Lounge's license is now revoked and the owners could face criminal charges. After the video surfaced, a social media campaign demanded justice for the horse.
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'Tonight I was at Mokai and I have to say I was totally shocked!' wrote a woman on the club's Facebook page.
Even in South Beach's sometimes ridiculous party atmosphere, Mokai Lounge took the fun one horse too far. I will also be sending this disturbing video to local news stations in hopes this nightclub can be penalized for the abuse of a poor and helpless animal. This is inhumane and deserves serious attention ASAP'. She noted that the distressed horse would have likely been put down - through no fault of its own - if it had kicked someone and injured them.
The moments before the woman fell off the horse.
"It was a lovely white horse that reminded me of mine", she wrote in a 2015 letter to the Financial Times, "and I made the foolish decision to get on it for a few minutes ..."