Dubai's Zero Gravity beach club issues apology after lewd incident

The popular Dubai venue posted a statement on its Instagram account

via Zero Gravity's Facebook Page.
via Zero Gravity's Facebook Page.

Dubai beach club Zero Gravity has apologised after an explicit video of a man performing a lewd act went viral on social media.

A man at the popular Dubai venue was caught on video being reprimanded by a security guard after being caught in the pool with his shorts down.  

In a statement posted on its Instagram account, the club said: "We regret that an unacceptable incident took place at Zero Gravity on Saturday 15 December. The wellbeing of our guests is our priority and we have zero-tolerance for any inappropriate conduct. We insist on the highest standards of behaviour at all times and we have immediately taken action to strengthen the implementation of our rules of conduct."

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"We regret that an unacceptable incident took place at Zero Gravity on Saturday 15 December. The wellbeing of our guests is our priority and we have zero-tolerance for any inappropriate conduct. We insist on the highest standards of behaviour at all times and we have immediately taken action to strengthen the implementation of our rules of conduct. Our guests can be assured that all water hygiene controls were in place at the time of the incident, including hourly water quality checks, and we have carried out a number of hygiene tests and activities since the incident to continue to protect the wellbeing of everyone who enjoys Zero Gravity. The conduct of this individual, who was immediately removed, and banned, from Zero Gravity, fell well below that which can be expected by our guests and we sincerely apologize for any distress or anxiety caused. Thank you for all your messages of support." Zero Gravity

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The club also assured its patrons that hygiene tests were conducted after the incident. 

It added: "Our guests can be assured that all water hygiene controls were in place at the time of the incident, including hourly water quality checks, and we have carried out a number of hygiene tests and activities since the incident to continue to protect the wellbeing of everyone who enjoys Zero Gravity."

"The conduct of this individual, who was immediately removed, and banned, from Zero Gravity, fell well below that which can be expected by our guests and we sincerely apologise for any distress or anxiety caused. Thank you for all your messages of support."

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