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Reader Poll April 25, 2001

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#1.  What is the wildest thing you have ever seen in Las Vegas?

*  Some of the people that visit Las Vegas - their looks, clothes. jewelry. Jeanette and Hugh Wilson

* About three years ago my family and I were checking into Caesars Palace and the person standing in the next line was causing a real problem.  His pet chicken was not going to be allowed to stay in the casino.  The person trying to check in could not understand why the casino not only did not want him to bring the chicken in the room, but to run loose around the casino.  What a world.  Jim & Helen Chicago.

*  I saw a man that was so drunk that he was taking his clothes off in the lobby of our hotel, thinking he was in his room..  Security had to come and remove him from the establishment.  Laura  SD

*  On my last trip to Las Vegas I brought several businessmen with me for a convention.  After the convention we went to a topless place on the strip and the strangest thing happened.  One of the men with us looked up and saw his daughter dancing.  Well let me tell you the **** hit the fan.  She was suppose to be in a college on the east coast for the past two years and all this time she was in Vegas dancing topless and God only knows what else.  Mark  NY

 

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