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Old 08-27-2013, 03:34 PM
 
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If they return to that casino, and security IDed them as having been previously trespassed, they can have them arrested. Some of the casinos now use facial recognition software to ID previously banned patrons, so the chances of getting caught are fairly good.

The could always call/write the security office at the casino in question, and request to be un-banned. If they promise to behave, they may be allowed back in. In the end the casinos don't want people going elsewhere.
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Old 08-27-2013, 03:54 PM
 
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what happens if they do? I assume if they are identified--maybe a 25% chance--they will just be told to leave.
Not sure, probably depends on how memorable the incident was. Most of my buddies got kicked out over simple alcohol related incidents(stuff that you will forget after the night is over). But I do have one co-worker that was involved in a large brawl in a night club(will be going to court soon for it). Clubbers got hurt, boucers got hurt, people are suing, bottles over the head type stuff. Over 20 people involved...very memorable.
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Old 08-27-2013, 04:01 PM
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MMM, I need to get banned from a major casino. Must think of a clever, memeroable way to do it.
I haven't been tresspassed from anything in a long time, too long. lol
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Old 08-27-2013, 04:08 PM
 
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Not sure, probably depends on how memorable the incident was. Most of my buddies got kicked out over simple alcohol related incidents(stuff that you will forget after the night is over). But I do have one co-worker that was involved in a large brawl in a night club(will be going to court soon for it). Clubbers got hurt, boucers got hurt, people are suing, bottles over the head type stuff. Over 20 people involved...very memorable.
not really a big deal...nobody was hurt....
dman von, for an AF dude you sure do roll with some hard cats...
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Old 08-27-2013, 04:11 PM
 
Location: Bangkok, NYC, and LV
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If they return to that casino, and security IDed them as having been previously trespassed, they can have them arrested. Some of the casinos now use facial recognition software to ID previously banned patrons, so the chances of getting caught are fairly good.

The could always call/write the security office at the casino in question, and request to be un-banned. If they promise to behave, they may be allowed back in. In the end the casinos don't want people going elsewhere.
they had some pretty good stuff...they tracked us from the moment we were parked until we left....
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Old 08-27-2013, 04:20 PM
 
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So they had video of the incident?

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they had some pretty good stuff...they tracked us from the moment we were parked until we left....
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Old 08-27-2013, 04:26 PM
 
Location: Bangkok, NYC, and LV
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So they had video of the incident?
Not really, the cameras rarely tell the whole story...can a camera tell if someone tripped and spilled a drink or if they mildly chucked it at someone? The situation was kinda weird because my boy's gal giggled when she spillled her drink and the server saw this and misinterpreted it...she was just drunk and quirky. i saw the whole thing and I can see why the server misinterpreted it..but at 17 bucks a drink i dont know why she would toss it at someone for no reason...

and oddly enough, I could be mistaken, but it seems the had casino video but not video in the club...


that being said, it seems like the default action was to ban people from the casino for any trouble: we saw one person get banned every 15 minutes when in the tank...including an old rich euro dude who was staying there for slamming his cards down too hard.
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Old 08-27-2013, 04:29 PM
 
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not really a big deal...nobody was hurt....
dman von, for an AF dude you sure do roll with some hard cats...
Not anymore. Most of those "hard cats" are getting kicked out. Had to separate myself from most of them.

Liquid courage ruined a lot of careers.

By the way, I work with a few Navy and Army guys as well.


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Old 08-27-2013, 05:31 PM
 
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If you really want the ban lifted, contact the Director of Security for the
hotel and explain what happened. Don't get pushy or demand that they look at
video coverage. Most likely they will read the report and make a decision. This
nothing to really sweat over. If you are spotted again, Security will just re-
advised on your trespass status and ask you to leave. Nothing really gets ugly
until METRO is involved or you make an ass of yourself and resist to cooperate.
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Old 08-27-2013, 10:01 PM
 
Location: Bangkok, NYC, and LV
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If you really want the ban lifted, contact the Director of Security for the
hotel and explain what happened. Don't get pushy or demand that they look at
video coverage. Most likely they will read the report and make a decision. This
nothing to really sweat over. If you are spotted again, Security will just re-
advised on your trespass status and ask you to leave. Nothing really gets ugly
until METRO is involved or you make an ass of yourself and resist to cooperate.
Thanks, you seem to know what you are talking about...i dont know why anyone would go someplace where the were told not to go and pay them for the privilege.

Just out of curiosity, how long do you think you have to be on site before you get ID'd and asked to leave?
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