14/08/2014 12:20 BST | Updated 14/08/2014 12:59 BST

Oceana Nightclub Charges Students More If They Get Lower A-Level Results, Also Spells Its Own Name Wrong

A nightclub is charging students more money to get in if they get between a B and a D in their A-levels, whereas students who get straight As are given a free drink and cheaper entry.

Oceana in Watford also managed to spell its own name wrong on the flyers for the 2014 Class A-level results party event, taking place on Thursday night.

The Facebook page advertising the event, which also misspells the word "results" shows a staggering 81 guests are attending.

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