Thursday, August 04, 2005

Sentenced Contrary to the Gaming Act 1845

Gambling Scam Rumbled

A man from North West London has made legal history by being sentenced 'contrary to the gaming act 1845'

Three men were accused of 'top hatting' in a game of roulette - which basically relies on all the relevant people in the casino - from the dealer to the security staff and other players - to be distracted just before the ball drops - giving them vital seconds to put chips on the winning number

The scam was ultimately spotted by casino security and the men were known gamblers that were banned from a number of casinos

I suppose you have to be famous for something


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