ABC News' Reena Ninan, Christine Romo and Mary Bruce report:
CARTAGENA, Colombia - The Secret Service personnel relieved of duty for alleged misconduct in Colombia were partying at a Cartagena brothel called the Pley Club, ABC News has learned.
The men were drinking heavily during their night out and enlisted the services of the club's prostitutes, according to a bouncer at the club and a police source.
Prostitution is legal in Colombia and the women who work at the Pley Club, located in the Bosque neighborhood of Cartagena, live on site. The club, located on a dusty street in the industrial Bosque neighborhood, has a rough exterior but boasts plush "pley rooms," according to their website.
The Secret Service officials were in Cartagena on assignment ahead of the president's visit here for Summit of the Americas last weekend.