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Dirty Blondes: Bouncers Beat Patrons, Cops Look the Other Way

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  1. Bouncers Beat Patrons, and Cops Look the Other Way
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  2. Dirty Blondes: New Video Shows Cop Push Alex Coelho
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  3. Instagram Captures Dirty Blondes' Bouncers Beating Patron
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  4. Dirty Blondes and Fort Lauderdale Police Respond to Beating Incident
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  5. "Boycott Dirty Blondes" Facebook Page Already Has 3,500 "Likes"
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  6. Dirty Blondes' Bouncers Knocked Out Another Patron in Separate Brawl
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  7. Alex Coelho, Beaten in Dirty Blondes Bar Fight: "Troublemaker"?
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  8. Facebook Disables 'Boycott Dirty Blondes' Page On Its Site
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  9. Alex Coelho, Head Stomped by Dirty Blondes' Bouncer, Plans to Sue Bar
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  10. Dirty Blondes' Bouncer Arrested For Allegedly Beating Alex Coelho
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  11. Dirty Blondes' Bouncers Fired For Role In Bar Fight
    The Daily Pulp
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  12. Dirty Blondes' Old Yelp Reviews Complain About Bouncers, Management; Good Bloody Marys, Though
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  13. David Parker, Beaten at Dirty Blondes, Slammed With Fresh Charges
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