DRAMA AT PABLOZ, SLAY QUEENS FIGHT

Two neighbours are at loggerheads after they allegedly exchanged blows in one of the capital’s posh clubs, Pabloz, following a misunderstanding before bouncers intervened and threw them out of the club.

According to the local tabloid, the H-Metro, the matter only came to light after the brawl escalated and spilt into the courts.

Sandania Mahommed approached the court yesterday applying for a protection order against her neighbours Danella, Natasha and Natalie Jones whom she accused of attacking her younger sister after a drink out at the bar.

Mahommed sensationally claimed that the trio were bullies who were in the habit of assaulting people and were threatening to unleash terror on her and her sister.

” Your worship, I need protection against these three because they wanted to attack me and my sister in a restroom when we were having drinks at Pabloz in Borrowdale. Daniella, Natasha and Natalie are big bullies and as I walked into the toilet I saw them trying to attack my sister and they attacked me too,” said Mahommed.

In mitigation, Daniella denied the allegations saying that Mahommed’s account of events was not factual and had been fabricated to suit her motives.

Daniella told the court that she was in fact surprised when she received summons and peace order at their house because she was actually the victim.

” She is the one who attacked me and we exchanged blows in the restroom. We were only talking to her younger sister asking her about her relationship with my aunt’s husband. Mahommed took it the wrong way and started the fight before bouncers at the bar took us out of the pub,” she said.

Daniella pleaded with the court to caution the applicant not to abuse the order in trying to get back at the trio.

Much to respondents, disappointment, presiding magistrate Tafadzwa Miti granted the protection order in Mahommed’s favour.

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