Popular East London nightspot, 93 Feet East on Brick Lane was raided by the Metropolitan Police at the weekend as part of Operation Condor - a capital-wide crackdown on licensing issues.
93 Feet East, home of the popular monthly Fuse parties, was one of the major targets, following apparent intelligence suggesting that class A drug dealers were operating in the venue.
Based on this intelligence the Met utilized a force consisting of 175 officers, a helicopter and dog units.
Police arrested 5 people on suspicion of possessing Class A drugs, and one on suspicion of being an illegal immigrant.
In addition two people were arrested on suspicion of being concerned in the supply of drugs, one for being drunk and disorderly, and one for being the owner/occupier of premises being concerned in the supply drugs.