A man who was reportedly seen on Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) discharging a loaded firearm at a Main Street, Georgetown night spot was on Wednesday hauled before the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts.Thirty-seven-year-old Safraz Khan stood before Magistrate Fabayo Azore and denied that he discharged a loaded firearm on October 28, 2018 while he was in the vicinity of Main Street, Georgetown.Attorney Glenn Hanoman informed the court that the offence that was allegedly committed by his client was one that “he cannot be jailed for”, since he is the holder of a firearm licence. He also told the court that his client was held beyond the 72-hour legal detention period pending investigation.Police Prosecutor Warren Thornhill did not object to bail, but noted that if the court was inclined to grant bail, then specific conditions should be attached. The prosecution’s submission was upheld, and Khan was released on $50,000 bail. As a condition for bail he had to surrender his travel documents and report every Friday to the Brickdam Police Station until the case has been completed. The case will continue on November 28, 2018.Khan and his younger brother were arrested by Police after they were implicated in the beating of a differently abled man outside the nightclub on Sunday about 02:00h.Crime Chief Marlon Chapman had subsequently confirmed that the matter had been reported to the Police and an investigation had been launched into the incident.