Two cops injured in Upper Manhattan disco brawl
NEW YORK.- One policeman with one tooth less and another with bumps to the head was the result of a melee when group of Dominicans of both sexes, of dozens involved in a bar brawl in Upper Manhattan’s Vintage disco at 10th Av. and 211 street, attacked the agents with bottles, stones and other objects.
The disco management called police around 4:30am Sunday when the customers resorted to fists, hurled bottles, tables and chairs inside the business, the authorities said.
The disco’s bouncers couldn’t control the dozens of dancers-turned mob, in the business whose ads tout it as New York’s most popular night club.
An unofficial report points to a jealous man who didn’t want his date to dance with no one else as what set off the brawl.