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Three men hospitalised over incident at gay sauna in London

By Josh Haggis

Three men were hospitalised yesterday (February 4) following an incident at “Europe’s biggest gay sauna”.

Chariots sauna in Vauxhall was temporarily closed while police and paramedics attended the scene following a drug-related incident involving three men.


One man in his 30s admitted to police that he had taken Class A Drugs, while a further two men were found unconscious and were taken to a Central London hospital where they remain in a “stable” condition.

“Officers attended and spoke to a man in his thirties who admitted consuming class A drugs,” said the Met in a statement. “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.”

Currently no arrests have been made by police. Chariots, who have yet to comment on the incident, reopened yesterday afternoon.

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