Women attending the opening night screening of “Fifty Shades of Grey” at Cineworld in Glasgow’s Renfrew Street had their bags opened and searched as they were waiting to enter. It is not known what the staff were looking for.
Cineworld have yet to comment on the searches, but their terms of entry on their website state that: “Cineworld reserves the right to search a customer’s possessions whilst on the premises for any item which a staff member believes may contravene these terms and conditions. Customers must consent to being searched for any item which a staff member believes may contravene these terms and conditions. Cineworld reserves the right to refuse entry or require a customer to leave without entitlement to a refund if consent is not given.” LINK
Maybe they were looking for sharp glass that rowdy and drunk women could do serious damage with, as was the case in this cinema also in Glasgow. There were also drunk women throwing up in the isles of the cinema.
Three women were arrested after a man was attacked at a screening of Fifty Shades of Grey on Valentine’s Day.
It’s understood the victim was glassed when he asked a group of rowdy women to keep quiet.
Witnesses said cinema staff had to wipe blood off the seats before the next screening of the sexy film, starring Jamie Dornan. LINK