Man stabbed outside 7MB nightclub

| 03/08/2020 | 73 Comments
Lillie’s nightclub at The Strand

(CNS): One man was stabbed and taken to hospital in the early hours of Saturday morning following a fight outside Lillie’s nightclub at The Strand Plaza in the Seven Mile Beach area. A woman also received minor injuries during the violent altercation at around 3am, which police said involved multiple people. Both of the injured parties were taken to hospital treated and released.

The matter is currently under investigation, and anyone who witnessed the incident, or who has any information, is asked to contact George Town CID at 949-4222.

Anonymous tips can be provided to the RCIPS Confidential Tip Line at 949-7777 or the police website. Tips can also be submitted anonymously via the Miami-based call centre of Crime Stoppers at 800-8477(TIPS), or online.

Correction: This article has been corrected. It originally said that the fight took place inside the nightclub, whereas it took place outside the premises.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    As they say… the majority of what’s out after midnight is police and street trash

  2. Anonymous says:

    Let’s not forget there are dozens of intoxicated and high minor children sharing that parking lot scene on any given Friday night. 15, 14, 13 years old some of them, all on Snapmap. The landlord, nightclub, liquor licensing board, and RCIPS might not think that supervising rogue minor children is their problem, but you can bet it will be if any of them fall into harm’s way. There is a social responsibility to keep that whole external area safe, intervene on expected DUIs before the fatal collisions, alcohol-poisonings, sexual assault blackouts, and all of these other events that happen in the deficient void they continue to cultivate, even while being paid for the opposite.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Every bar or nightclub that has hosted a parking lot shooting, stabbing, or beating in the last 5 years, should be required to hire at least two uniformed RCIPS officers to patrol their parking area, every night they are open, and at their expense. That is the minimum social responsibility operational cost anywhere else in the real world. If the Liquor Licensing Board isn’t requiring this, the Landlord should.

    • Anonymous says:

      What the fart are teenagers doing there in a “parking lot” have we gone completely lawless in this country. Yes we know there is nothing for teenagers to do ( the old cry) but obviously there there is also a huge problem with the parents of these children who allow them to,congregate unsupervised in a parking lot. Government is not responsible for ya children parents, take up your responsibility and find other avenues of entertainment for your children. If you don’t you could be sorry for your Inaction one day.

  4. Anonymous says:

    As long as the assailant was wearing a mask, everything will be fine. Right?

  5. Anonymous says:

    I think the biggest issues here are related to the parking lot. Its a hangout. When other bars close people go there and party in the parking lot.

    This guy who punched his ex was not even in the club that night. Just came to hang out and make trouble.

    Super bright lights in the parking lot would be a start. Maybe a police car could patrol a little more often.

  6. Anonymous says:

    After reading some of the comments it seems like we will have to add unconscious bias and systemic racism to the list of issues that we need to deal with in 2020.

    • Anonymous says:

      Finally someone else recognizes the elephant in the room.

    • Anonymous says:

      I think the big problem is not many comments on how a guy can beat the #*#* out of a woman and people are discussing his race!
      Looked to me only one other guy stepped in for a second. Others stood around to watch and video while a woman was being tackled, beat up and punched to the ground.

  7. Bertie: B says:

    10:59 before you say u knew the person was Canadian because you where in Canada , be aware that Canada has the most diverse population prob in the world . So whomever flashed u could be from just about anywhere in the world . In other words , do not be so quick to judge ant nationality .

    • Anonymous says:

      Pot calling the kettle black. Doesn’t cayman have a diverse population as well? So why always place the blame on the heads of one nationally? Until you can answer that I’ll forever believe that a Canadian with horrible road etiquette turned on their high beam while driving 1 car space away from me at night on the highway and kept flashing it until I switched lanes.

      • Anonymous says:

        So you were in the wrong lane? Perhaps the road etiquette is not simply the other drivers issue.

        • Anonymous says:

          Dwl, you must be crazy…….the highway has multiple lanes and I was in the correct lane going at the stipulated speed. Stop trying to defend canadians with their poor road etiquette.

          • Anonymous says:

            Lol. Canadians with poor road etiquette. Sure, some. But I bet far less per capita than Caymanian or Jamaican.

  8. Bertie: B says:

    10:59 , just wondering how the hell you know that the driver flashing his her high beams are Canadian ? since you claim you where blinded ? are ya new ?

  9. Anonymous says:

    Simple solution. LIGHT UP THE PARKING AREA. Bright LED lights are available so put them to use as they use little power. Turn them on about 2 hours before closing and leave them on until all patrons have left the area. Landlords do this or you will lose your tenants.

    • Anonymous says:

      Lights would make for a good boxing show! One prob is who is going to sell tickets we dont want anything to do with “event pros” gimmicks

      • Anonymous says:

        Don’t come for my EventPro* I love using them makes my life much easier and based on your comment it sounds like you got one too many hits to the head, you only call it a gimmick because you lack the brain cells required to use technology

  10. Anonymous says:

    Lock it back down like COVID. That’s the only way to keep the animals in line.

  11. Anonymous says:

    This is the nature of the night entertainment business whether local or expat customers either one can act violently when drinking irresponsibly and even with the best security in place.

    Expats have always known not to mess with locals so they keep their smart remarks to CNS.

    • Anonymous says:

      afraid to mess with locals??….laughable…

      • Anonymous says:

        1:07 mess with one and let us know how it goes!

        • Anonymous says:

          have you seen them fight???
          kicking and slapping like the muppets they are

          • Anonymous says:

            9:55 Oh because you are so big and bad right? You would show a Caymanian or Jamacian how it’s done 🙄. Laughable. You would probably be the first one to pull a weapon instead of just handling business with your fists and some good ol’ fashioned licks.

            Would love to see you run up on one, you would get your ass handed to you in a second.

            • Anonymous says:

              Yeah, and the young Caymanians/Jamaicans would be the first to get all their buddies to join in. Anyone who isn’t Bruce Lee would pull a weapon if they’re up against 5-7 guys.

    • Anonymous says:

      Ummh yea. I think your village is looking for you.

    • Anonymous says:

      All they know how to do is be keyboard warriors on CNS 😂 yet they want to talk the big talk but can’t walk the big walk….right up out of here.

    • Anonymous says:

      There’s something with these commenters.

    • Anonymous says:

      AreJamaicans locals.?

  12. Matthew says:

    This is very unfortunate as I know how hard the guys at Lillie’s work to keep everyone safe, and has been doing a great job as is still the best nightclub and most successful on island. They have even started more 21+ events to avoid younger crowds so older party goers can enjoy they selfs better around their age group. Keep up the work guys!

  13. Anonymous says:

    free solution that might hurt business for a while but will prove successful in the long run:
    enfore strict dress code:no caps…no chains…no sunglasses…no sports shoes/clothes

  14. Anonymous says:

    lillies used to have a very strcit door policy when it first opened and was easily one of the best clubs ever on cayman. they obviously need the business now and let anybody in. i was in the complex and saw the folks hanging outside on firday night….100% local/jamaican….not an expat to be seen.
    apologies for being honest.

    • Anonymous says:

      Racist, not honest, maybe you should leave if you don’t like us Caribbean people.

    • Anonymous says:

      Did you watch the video of the fight? Those ppl were not Jamaicans. And fyi not because Jamaicans gather somewhere means chaos with ensue. By your comment are you also suggesting that there are no expat jamaicans here? Furthermore lillies is an ok place, there are much better places on island that offer a more exclusive vibe so you can have raunchy lillies

    • Anonymous says:

      To be fair it’s the drunk and obnoxious expats who cause most of the problems.

    • Anonymous says:

      10:11 Written like a true expat without two brain cells to run together. Jamacians are expats too so your comments is null and void.

  15. Cultural ting? says:

    Let the Caymanian bashing comments begin in 3…2…1…

    • Anonymous says:

      Ok. Bet these clowns were locals to the Caribbean. Can guarantee they weren’t UK/Canadian/American/Philipino/Australian or from any other expat community.

      • Anonymous says:

        Who is the expat community comprised of? Also I’ve seen plenty of bar fights in the UK, America, Canada (hell the Canadians have a nasty driving habit of trying to blind you intentionally by turning on their high beams) so stop pretending like what happens in the Caribbean does not happen all around the world.

    • Anonymous says:

      are you worried by the truth?

      • Anonymous says:

        But..its a caribbean country..should it have been crackas out there or what?

        • Anonymous says:

          Actually, we are a British Territory, not a Caribbean country. Thank God.

          • Anonymous says:

            O yes you tell the poster…and while you’re at it please tell your fellow countrymen who know no better. I’m tried of them trying to fit where they will never belong.

    • Anonymous says:

      why do you think people will start bashing caymanians???
      do you know something we dont?

    • Anonymous says:

      Why would they bash caymanians when everyones favorite punch bag is here, the jamaicans?

  16. Anonymous says:

    This why I stay home, tend to my weed garden and spend my Friday nights with some freshly brewed herb tea to relax. Coupled with my cats and a large Kebabs

    Somehow I’m the criminal here but they allowed to get violent with a liquid you can overdose on. Not herb tea, never happened before.

    • Mr Anonymous says:

      how would we like minded individuals find eachother to “share” our appreciation of “herb tea”?

      • Anonymous says:

        Mooch much?

      • Caymanian says:

        Oh.. you want to find Mary?

        Vote for a representative who sees the irony in locking up Caymanians for smoking weed yet allowing tobacco laced with nicotine to be smoked on government property.

        Who sees that marijuana is illegal due to being scheduled as a drug with no medical use and high abuse, yet the drug alcohol is allowed while cannabis extract are prescribed medically.

        Who sees potential in Caymanians in the agricultural industry to farm the material, scientists to extract the medical oils, Caymankind retailors to generate sales tax from tourists, and entrepeneurs to export the product.

        Prohibition of alcohol made Al Capone a multi-millionaire a century ago. Learn from our mistakes. Then you will dance with Mary Jane freely.

        tl;dr: I’m baked, just get some seeds out a 5 and plant. It’s a GOD GIVEN HERB that these men wish to prohibit.

        • Anonymous says:

          Unlike tobacco, marijuana is a dangerous mind-bending drug which induces severe mental health issues for many. Ask any drug counselor, who will probably know far more about it than you. It should stay banned.

          • Anonymous says:

            Spoken like someone with zero personal experience.

            Marijuana, and even alcohol, should not be consumed by minors due to the fact that the brain is still developing. Alcohol will cause mental issues the same way in minors, why do you not want that banned?

            It is proven to be safer than tobacco or alcohol for adults. Don’t like intoxicants? Don’t take them.

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