An undercover investigation claimed to reveal one drunken customer being whipped by his belt
It is also alleged that customers were offered sex in locked VIP rooms for £1,000 at Legs 11 in Birmingham.
Legs 11 had its alcohol licence temporarily suspended, it has been reported
Police are now investigating the allegations
A report into the club was compiled by police, with allegations that customers had paid for dances in private areas – with additional, unauthorised transactions then being added on.
The Birmingham Mail reported that two customers claimed they had been drugged, with one further alleging that £9,000 had been taken from his credit card.
In an undercover operation in April, it was claimed two officers were touched inappropriately and offered sexual services.
CCTV footage from the sting recorded the X-rated scenes, which is also claimed to have filmed a drunk customer being whipped with his belt.
A police report revealed by the news outlet said 17 fraud allegations had been made against the Broad Street venue since 2013.
More than £90,000 has allegedly been taken from customers over the past four years.
Trading standards officers and West Midlands Police have requested a full licensing review.
Birmingham City Council’s Trading Standards Department has received five complaints about the venue since March 2016.
An undercover operation was conducted at the venue
The report stated customers were concerned they were being drugged, with one claiming he had been under the influence of Methadone.
The drug is an opioid used to treat pain.
The venue had its alcohol licence suspended on July 4.
West Midlands Police confirmed that criminal investigations are currently ongoing.
No arrests have been made.
The club has been approached for comment.
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