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30 M
Glasgow, Scotland

Member Since: August 5, 2012 | Originally From: Glasgow, United Kingdom | Relationship Status: Single
Body Type: Athletic | Ethnicity: Mixed | Friends Call Me a: Bar Hopper, Coffee Addict, Fashionista, Film Buff, Foodie, Gym Bunny | I'm looking for: Friends, Date, Travel buddy, Playmate

  • Racist bar don't advise to go
    I am sure there are a lot of good reviews for polo. However my experience wasn't good at all. A month ago I was with a friend after spending few hours in dells decided to go To polo after. As soon as we got to the door I was told 'not tonight' no reason given. We only had a few drinks and it was a Sunday night. So didn't think much of it. Just went home. Again on a Saturday night few months later i decided to go to polo. This time I was told 'regulars only'.again no other reason. Also one if the bouncers added 'You know this is a gay club. There's no way you getting in. As I had friends inside I stood texting them. I watched the apparent hoards of regulars get in with no problems. All white. So question is was I too drunk? No didn't even start. Maybe dress code. Lol compare to people going in I was well dressed for a Saturday night. I was alone. Might if been this except then I saw at least 10 guys alone getting in. So other than the fact that I heard this place was good. Reading a few other reviews there's definite racist vibes at the doors. More shocked than anything that this still exists. Again I just hope this was specific individuals at the door and not the club. But from experience it's the club that guides the security in who gets in and who doesn't.

    August 5, 2012

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