‪Flybar‬

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طالع المزيد
الجمعة
10:00 م - 02:00 ص
السبت
10:00 م - 02:00 ص
نبذة
المدة المقترحة
ساعتان - 3 ساعات
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Ranya C
مساهمة
الأصدقاء • أكتوبر 2017
‪Horrible staff, horrible manager, treat woman badly, you literally have no personal rights inside that bar. Worst bar I have ever been to‬
كُتب بتاريخ 24 أكتوبر 2017
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cae759
أوتاوا, كندامساهمة
الأصدقاء • سبتمبر 2015
‪As we were leaving the Bar last night, my friend tripped at the bottom of a set of stairs. The owner (Shawn) Saw this and decided to pick my friend up and throw him down the next set of stairs. My friend was surprisingly not injured. But the situation could have been much worse. Do not go to this bar unless you are ready to be assaulted by the owner.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 8 سبتمبر 2015
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Sarah-Aries
أوتاوا, كندامساهمتيْن
ديسمبر 2014
‪I have been going thère since they have opened and always had a great time and service. Every month they have a different theme and music is always great. ‬
كُتب بتاريخ 10 يناير 2015
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Susan G
أوتاوا, كندامساهمة
الأصدقاء • نوفمبر 2014
‪KEEPING THE FLY BAR FLY... THEY MEAN, WHITE!

If a bouncer of the club asks you to leave and you don't, they have the right to use any force necessary to remove you.... these are the words of one of the cops who arrived at the scene.
Today, I am still left with this lingering question in my mind- at what point is it ok for a 250 pound man, a bouncer at a club to grab a woman nearly a hundred pounds lighter than him by the hair, drag her down 3 flights of stairs, punch her at the bottom of two out of the three flights and physically throw her outside? Regardless of the circumstances, what REAL man does that to a woman?
I cannot quite understand or answer, at what point is this ok? because this is precisely what happened to me at the fly bar on Rideau.
I cannot ignore the fact that I did not happen to see any other black people in this club. My mind cannot help but analyze the situation and conclude that had I been another white girl in that sea of white people, and this black bouncer had done the same thing, people would not have stood idly and watched. It would have been a case of a big black man versus a poor white girl. But in this case, since its a black man doing it to a black woman, the woman must have been in the wrong and therefore deserved what was coming to her.
when the police who I called showed up- and I emphasize that I had to call them myself because nobody else was coming to the rescue of this black girl- all they tell me is that they cannot do anything about it because the bouncer had the right to use whatever force he saw fit. As they gather themselves to leave, I plead with them to stay and just talk to the bouncer in order for him to not do this again. That's when they informed me that they have to leave to attend to another call at another bar because this is something they deal with on a regular basis- in other words, I was nothing special.
I am a public servant, a non-frequent club goer, I have no criminal record and do not get into physical altercations. I work hard serving the public, and protect my family. I have never been a victim of physical abuse until this instant. I had the upmost respect for Ottawa police and their prompt responses to various situations. However, as I sit here with a bruised arm, swollen fingers, and a sore body, the words of the police officer (whose name I will leave out this time out of my respect for the police force in general) replay in my head over and over. I did not feel protected by the cops, but rather was made to feel that I was wrong for calling them as the club employee was right in his actions.
As quickly as the other bar employees jumped to the defence of their fellow employee (who goes by the name Junior) who remained inside the club as we continued to deal with the cops, random strangers approached the cops in my defence. A few observers gave information to the police in my defence, and never once did I see any of the cops write any of it down. They were sure I was wrong and the bar employee was right, and therefore didn't waste any time writing anything down. In fact, when asked what they would have done had the bouncer killed the girl either by beating her to death or pushing her down the stairs to the point where she bumps her head and leave with internal bleeding, the only response they could give was, well that is not the case here.
I now know that the police would rather attend to a crime than prevent one, and I am appalled! It is no wonder crime rates and physical altercations at clubs in Ottawa are on the rise. Perhaps some could have been prevented had police dealt with situations in a manner which did not make people feel like they have to take matters into their own hands.
The sad news here is that the fly bar will continue with business as usual, the owner will continue to say lies as he did that night pretending he was there and saw the whole thing, and even quote things that I supposedly said. The black bouncer, Junior will go on LIVING LARGE yet mistreating women who look like they have nobody around to defend them just because he is lacking in some respect. The cops will go on trying to solve crimes, some of which could have been prevented. And I will sit here with my bruises and soreness which will all fade with time, but with an emotional scar reminding me not to believe there is equality on the streets of Ottawa, and be weary and sceptical because racism does exist here. My years of education, hard work, respect for others, staying out of trouble, and sleuth of white friends all make no difference because in the eyes of some people, I am just a black girl who needs to sit down, shut up, and stay out of the white folks bars.
So I dare you Ottawa, if you are going to go to the fly bar anyway, please watch out for the one or two only black people who are there. Because obviously not even the cops are willing to stand up for them.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 16 نوفمبر 2014
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