'Robbed, bound, forced into boot': Attack at lap dance venue

A SUNSHINE Coast man was allegedly assaulted, robbed and forced into the boot of a car after an incident that started outside an adult entertainment venue in Kunda Park.

Police say the 24-year-old victim, from Burnside, allegedly met with a group of men on Thursday at Secret Door Nightclub in Avian St which markets itself as a lounge bar offering nude lap dances at a price.

An argument broke out and the man was allegedly bound and forced into the rear boot of a car about 1.50am Friday.

Police said the victim, a 24-year-old Burnside man, was later "thrown out of the vehicle along Mossy Bank Rd, Eudlo" by the group before allegedly stealing his car.

Police have confirmed a 26-year-old Bellmere man has charged with a count of robbery with violence and deprivation of liberty in relation to the incident.

The victim was taken to hospital for treatment of non-life threatening injuries.

The man appeared in the Caboolture Magistrates Court at the weekend where his bail was refused.

The vehicle remains missing.

Detectives have released photos of the man's vehicle, a 2008 white Holden Commodore Club Sport with Queensland registration 913 LJG, last seen travelling along Mossy Bank Rd, Eudlo about 1.50am Friday.

Search continues for this stolen car.
Search continues for this stolen car. Kathy Sundstrom

Senior Sergeant Daren Edwards said they were looking for three other men suspected of being involved.

Their IDs were scanned at Secret Door and Sen Sgt Edwards requested they come forward.

"We have been receiving information from the club, the persons' identities were scanned on entry to the location," he said.

"We would like to know the location of Holden Club so it can be returned undamaged."



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