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THREE young policemen watched a man in their party lean over the glass table in the Surfers Paradise nightclub VIP area as racks of cocaine were being lined up.

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In jeans and T-shirts, the detectives flashed their badges to gain free entry to the venue on a typically quiet Thursday.

"It was one or two in the morning . . . These weird things happen during the week, not on the weekends," a veteran nightclub security staffer told The Sunday Mail.

The middle-aged bouncer, with more than 10 years of experience on the door and inside the coast's top clubs, was tipped off by other staff to look upstairs. He knew a part-owner, who liked to have a reputation as a gangster-type, was up there.

What happened next shocked him enough to make plans to leave town.

"There was a guy leaning over taking the white powder. There were two racks lined u

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Added: Feb-7-2010 
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