Drunk Gambler Refuses to Leave the Roulette Table 11.09.2013

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For the most part, casinos provide visitors with a cheerful and exciting atmosphere, guaranteeing endless hours of fun and great memories. However, things do sometimes turn ugly, often when certain customers get a little too intoxicated. A recent incident at Harrah's Casino in Springfield proves just how ugly it can get.

A drunk man who refused to leave the roulette wheel at Harrah's Casino ended up tackling the security guard. At the time, the security guard was trying to escort the intoxicated man from the premises. The officer was attempting to remove the man from the premises in the early hours of Wednesday morning after making the judgement that the man was “intoxicated and being very disruptive”. The man refused to co-operate, tearing the guard's security badge from his shirt and eventually tackling him to the ground. Luckily, the guard was able to get the man into handcuffs before contacting the police. Upon arrival, the police arrested Batsaikhan and he was then charged with aggravated battery. He is currently being held in jail in lieu of 1,500 dollar bond.

In any case, this story should serve as a reminder that one should drink responsibly if hoping for a good night out at a good casino. Just as most casinos have a certain dress code, there is also a code of conduct which is vital that visitors adhere to. With that in mind, casinos can without a doubt provide a great form of entertainment to those hoping for some fun, and you might even get lucky and leave a winner!

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