Tuesday, May 10, 2011

A night out in Woodside

From the NY Post:

A heated argument over a woman turned bloody when a man was shot after leaving a Queens strip joint, police sources said.

The unidentified 23-year-old victim left Club Perfection NY on 30th Avenue in Woodside after getting into a dispute, police sources said.

An unidentified gunman opened fire and blasted the victim one time in the stomach at 4:30 a.m. on the westbound service road of the BQE and Bulova Avenue, police said. He was critically wounded, police sources said.

An ambulance rushing to transport the victim to a local hospital later slammed into a vehicle on 82nd Street and 34th Avenue, sending two paramedics and two other victims to Elmhurst Hospital with serious injuries, police said.


Anonymous said...

"...police sources said...police sources said...police said...police sources said...police said."

Wouldn't it be nice if The NY Post had writers, or editors, who were a bit more creative in their use of the English language.

Anonymous said...

Club Perfection....again.

Anonymous said...

The cops would go into this place on a constant basis, write it tons of summonses, arrest employees and patrons, fill out SLA report after SLA report, and temporarily close it down both as Perfection and it's previous name, Phenomenon. Yet no matter how many times the cops bust this place, no other agency seems interested in shutting it down for good.

georgetheatheist said...

This is one of the scuzziest looking dives in one of the scuzziest looking areas you can imagine. Drove by on the way home last Saturday night and had to avert my eyes from all the loathsome human garbage and vermin that was on line outside waiting to get in to this hellhole.

Anonymous said...

The area is scuzzy in the daytime and early evenings as well. Just take a look at the tweeded ilk that inhabits the park across the street for soccer and baseball games there.

Jeremy Kareken said...

Well, nice to know if the police ever need to fill an arrest quota, we have a one stop shopping opportunity right here in western Queens.