Ne-Yo wears red sneakers to Perth’s Bar 1 in Hillarys after nightclub bans shoe colour


Ne-Yo wears red sneakers to Perth’s Bar 1 in Hillarys after nightclub bans shoe colour in desperate bid to keep out trouble-making eshays

Ne-Yo has been spotted wearing red sneakers to a Perth nightclub after the venue banned them.

Nightclub Bar 1 in Hillarys, on the harbour north of Perth, recently announced the controversial new door policy will come into effect from February 1 in order to filter out revellers with a ‘bad attitude’.

In a photo uploaded to Instagram by dancer Faith Ward, the American singer, 43, can be seen posing in a pair of red sneakers at the nightclub.

Ne-Yo wore red sneakers to Perth’s Bar 1 in Hillarys after nightclub banned the shoe colour in desperate bid to keep out trouble-making eshays. Pictured Ne-Yo and dancer Faith Ward

‘Ne-Yo is the only person allowed to wear red shoes to @bar1nightclub,’ she captioned the image.

It comes after the popular nightclub took a desperate step to keep out ‘eshays’ by banning anyone wearing red sneakers.

The nightclub’s owner Malcolm Pages said the banned footwear includes red Nike, ASIC and New Balance sneakers – as these were the typical shoes of choice for many patrons who were often kicked out or refused entry to the club.

Nightclub Bar 1 in Hillarys, on the harbour north of Perth, recently announced the controversial new door policy will come into effect from February 1 in order to filter out revellers with a 'bad attitude'. In a photo uploaded to Instagram by dancer Faith Ward, the American singer can be seen posing in a pair of red sneakers at the nightclub

Nightclub Bar 1 in Hillarys, on the harbour north of Perth, recently announced the controversial new door policy will come into effect from February 1 in order to filter out revellers with a ‘bad attitude’. In a photo uploaded to Instagram by dancer Faith Ward, the American singer can be seen posing in a pair of red sneakers at the nightclub

Mr Pages denied the new rule was discriminatory and said it will only apply to a ‘certain style of person’.

‘If you rock up as a nicely dressed young lady with red shoes, you’re not going to obviously be told to, you know, change your shoes,’ he told Perth radio station 6PR on Monday.

‘It’s more a certain element of person.’

The nightclub posted the announcement to its social media followers on Sunday and quickly received a flurry of responses from locals.

The post, with a picture of a red sneaker and a retro looking image of a young boy flexing a bicep, sat under the heading ‘yes we are serious’.

‘Bar1 crew, red shoes are banned from Feb 1st’, the post read.

The nightclub posted the announcement to its social media followers on Sunday and quickly received a flurry of responses from locals

The nightclub posted the announcement to its social media followers on Sunday and quickly received a flurry of responses from locals 

The bold news received mixed responses from the club’s Facebook followers.

Some applauded the venue for taking a stand against unruly patrons who sport the offending shoes.

‘Good. They’re tacky and gross,’ on comment read.

‘I’d say the club got sick of all the bogans starting trouble while wearing these monstrosities.’

Another suggested the red sneakers ‘should be banned everywhere’.

The nightclub's owner Malcolm Pages said the banned footwear includes red Nike, ASIC and New Balance sneakers - as these were the typical shoes of choice for many patrons who were often kicked out or refused entry to the club (party-goers at Bar 1 pictured)

The nightclub’s owner Malcolm Pages said the banned footwear includes red Nike, ASIC and New Balance sneakers – as these were the typical shoes of choice for many patrons who were often kicked out or refused entry to the club (party-goers at Bar 1 pictured)

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