It's all about the customer service at strip clubs for this guy and his posse
One of our fave newshounds, Paul of Paul’s Rants, sent me an email and a photo about this outlandish story. His note:
Here’s the story of a “man of God” who unhappy with the service he was getting at a San Francisco strip club, wasn’t satisfied with just getting his money refunded but had to run down one bouncer with his BMW and attempted to hit another.
(Photo: Paul Barwick)
This is the same self-rightious jerk who had his followers storm into corner stores owned by Middle Eastern immigrants and trash the establishments because they were selling liquor.
A young Black Muslim leader already charged with vandalizing a West Oakland liquor store was jailed Friday for allegedly using his BMW to run down a bouncer after being thrown out of a San Francisco strip club, police said.
Yusuf Bey IV, 20, son of the late Black Muslim leader Yusuf Bey, was booked on suspicion of attempted murder and aggravated assault after he allegedly ran over one bouncer and tried to hit a second with his car outside the New Century Theater on Larkin Street, authorities said. He was being held without bail.
Bey went to the club with four other men Thursday night, authorities said.
“They basically were being entertained by the women and they sort of become a little rambunctious and the management tells them to tone it down,” said Lt. Leroy Lindo of the police general work detail.
After another dispute involving the group in one of the club’s upstairs private rooms, Bey and his friends asked for their room admission fee back and management agreed, Lindo said.
Back downstairs, Lindo said, one of Bey’s friends tried to grope one of the dancers. “That’s when the management said, ‘It’s time for you to go,’ ” he said.
“As they are leaving, one of the people in the group hauls off and hits a bouncer,” Lindo said.
The ensuing fight spilled out onto the street, police said. Bey allegedly got into his car and hit one bouncer, who suffered non-life-threatening injuries, and barely missed a second.