Three men hospitalised after incident at gay London sauna

Nick Duffy February 4, 2015
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Three men have been rushed to hospital, after a drug-related incident at a gay sauna in London.

Chariots Health Club in Vauxhall – one of the largest gay saunas in London – was closed after the incident early on Sunday morning.

A number of police cars and ambulances were called to the sauna, and three men were taken to hospital.

A statement from the Metropolitan Police said: “Officers attended and spoke to a man in his thirties who admitted consuming class A drugs.

“He was taken to a north London hospital where he remains in a stable condition.

“Two other men were subsequently found collapsed inside the club.

“Both men were conveyed by London Ambulance Service to a central London hospital where they remain in a stable condition.”

The sauna has since re-opened.

A separate branch of Chariots, in Shoreditch, was severely damaged in a fire in 2011. Around 150 men were evacuated from the club during the incident, many of them barefoot and wearing towels.

In 2012, a 46-year-old man was discovered dead in the Chariots sauna in Shoreditch.

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