The nightclub in Sydney has a zero-tolerance policy.
An Australian club has brought in a unique policy to get rid of unwanted staring.
They're banning staring at strangers, and are strictly enforcing the rules.
Club 77 staff kitted out in pink high-vis vests will be monitoring the dancefloors.
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The Australian venue says engagement in the club must be given 'verbal consent'.
They consider staring at someone afar as a form of harassment.
Their safety officers have been trained to handle complaints and concerns.
Club 77 says it's part of effort to make everyone feel safe and comfortable in the venue.