The atmosphere in Hoboken on party nights can get rambunctious, but it’s rarely as out-of-control as the acts caught in the video.

HOBOKEN — When you stand outside the Hoboken Terminal, it’s easy to see why the area is often the scene of rowdy crowds filled with booze.

There’s Texas Arizona across the street. Next door is Cadillac Cantini. On the other side of Hudson Street is Green Rock Tap & Grill. Two blocks north is Coco Havana. Next to that is Dubliner Hoboken. And, facing the terminal, is one of Hoboken’s biggest bars and nightclubs, The Hub.

The Hub was the scene, last Saturday, of a series of sex acts between a man and a woman that were caught on video and passed around like a virus on social media. The bar is now closed to the public and its liquor license is in jeopardy.

The video has shined a spotlight on Hoboken’s party scene at a time when its mayor, Ravi Bhalla, has made it a priority to discourage drunk and unruly out-of-towners from filling the city’s streets on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights.

People who work in the bars near the terminal told The Jersey Journal the incident at The Hub is an anomaly. The atmosphere in Hoboken on party nights can get rambunctious, they said, but it’s rarely as out-of-control as the acts caught in the video.

“It’s just usually people dancing,” said Rocco, 31, who works at a Washington Street bar and declined to provide his last name. “They come out, they have a couple drinks, they dance.”

“The party scene is not that serious,” said Adriana Curano, 21, who works at Cadillac Cantina. “There’s just drunk people hanging out.”

Curano conceded that she may miss most of the outrageous behavior. She ends her night at 11 …read more

Source:: New Jersey Real -Time Entertainment

      

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