Mumford & Sons allegedly kicked out of strip club

Mumford & Sons allegedly kicked out of strip club

Mumford & Sons during a summer performance. Photo: WENN

British folk stars Mumford & Sons were ejected from a strip club in Atlanta, Georgia this week for allegedly breaking the venue’s ban on cameras.

The musicians headed to the city’s famous Clermont Lounge to party following a gig on Tuesday night and they joined in with the raunchy venue’s karaoke night.

Ben Lovett reportedly took to the stage to sing, and his bandmates incurred the wrath of club bosses when they attempted to document his efforts on their smartphones.

The musicians allegedly became embroiled in an argument with the DJ, who told them to put their phones away, and they were then booted from the venue by the manager over their rowdy behaviour.

A video, obtained by, shows venue staff shouting at the stars and ordering them to get out of the club.

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