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Casa Romana’s Next Act: Girls Gone Wild

Flyer Advertised by Casa Romana

Sept. 29, 2010 By Christian Murray

The owner of Casa Romana, the bar/restaurant where a huge brawl broke out on August 28, has just rented his establishment to 4Skin Productions, which will be hosting a party on Friday, Oct. 8th

The promoter, 4Skin Productions, confirmed the event, and has been distributing flyers pitching: “Lap dance contests, oil wrestling, body shots and wet-T-Shirt contests.” There is also an ad running on Craigslist.

This “adult” entertainment comes a little over a month since a “teen night” event erupted into chaos, which led to 14 individuals being arrested, including the owners of the establishment. There were several stabbings, including a 15-year-old female who was stabbed in the chest.

Despite a rally, calling for the 39-02 Queens Blvd. establishment to close, the owner has held at least two events. At the Police Precinct 108 meeting on Tuesday night, Captain Donald Powers said that patrol cars sat outside these two events. One was a family celebration and the other was some sort of party he said.

 

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Anonymous

The place has sold to what seems to be responsible owners. I think it will be a great change.

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Roxy

Does the event end promptly at midnight as advertised, or does it just turn into an orgy between performers and audience that lasts until everyone is satisfied and exhausted?

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sunnysider

How about making sure this pace has proprer security for their event. No one should get hurt or shot. How do we ensure with their safety record that our town will be safe.We need to make sure that they have proper securtiy and no one under 21 goes inside
Concerned sunnysider

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