A man suffers chest injuries after the incident outside 'Twice As Nice'...
TWICE AS NICE, the legendary UK garage night that’s been resident at LONDON THE END for the past four years, was rocked by a shooting outside the club early on Monday morning (November 13).
The incident happened as the club was closing. The male, a 31-year-old black victim, left The End at approximately 3.30am, and was believed to be getting into a car in nearby Museum Street when he was shot. He managed to run into a nearby shop, from where he was then taken to hospital suffering from chest injuries. His condition is understood to be stable.
A spokesmen for the Police force told NME.COM that it was unlikely that the club itself was directly involved. The enquiry is being handled by the Operation Trident team based in the Paddington area of London, a team who specialise in “black on black” urban crime in the capitol. Both Twice As Nice and The End have yet to comment on the incident.
Police are appealing for information from anyone who was at the nightclub or in surrounding area who may have seen what happened. Anyone with information should contact them 020 7321 9640.