“The minor was in contact with the four drink servers, at least two dealers, a floor supervisor and at least 10 other Harrah’s employees, none of whom asked for identification, the complaint says.” — from a Las Vegas Sun story about Caesars Entertainment getting totally busted for allowing underage drinking and gambling at four of its Strip properties (Caesars Palace, The Rio, Harrah’s Las Vegas and Flamingo Las Vegas) and being fined a whopping $100,000. That’ll show ‘em. Evidently the company’s “very strict policy” about keeping out underage players doesn’t always extend to carding them when they order drinks. But hey, when your company is $19.5 billion in the hole and sinking, who can afford to be persnickety, right?
By David McKee ~ July 18th, 2012 @ 12:43 pm