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“Notice,” the “no firearms allowed” sign at the front door of the Cameo night club in Cincinnati (OH), has been terminated after once again failing to stop armed criminals from simply walking right in and opening fire.

Sixteen people were shot — one fatally — inside of a Cincinnati nightclub Sunday morning.

O’Bryan Spikes, 27, died in the shooting. At least 16 others were shot.

The shooting was reported just after 1 a.m. at Cameo nightclub on Kellogg Avenue in Linwood. Police believe that multiple people fired shots. No arrests have been made.

Spikes’ family told WLWT News 5 that they were in shock over the man’s death. Spikes was a father and junior college student who came to the club often, they said.

“The bar was very crowded, approximately a couple hundred people,” Isaac said. “Several local men got into some type of a dispute inside the bar, and it escalated into shots being fired from several individuals.”

“This is a tragedy that has struck other communities, and now it has struck Cincinnati,” Mayor John Cranley said. “I’m confident that while our hearts are broken, that our spirit is not.”

The now unemployed sign protested that anti-gun laws only stop the law-abiding, who aren’t the problem in the first place, and that violent criminals have always ignored him, and always will.

Notice is now seeking a job with billionaire Michael Bloomberg, despite knowing full well that Bloomberg’s own personal security detail will ignore him as well.