Gambler Removed in Cuffs From Las Vegas Casino For Not Wearing Face Mask

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A Las Vegas gambler was cuffed and removed from 4 Queens casino Saturday night for not wearing a face mask.

Nevada’s Democrat Governor Sisolak recently ordered a statewide mask mandate amid the Coronavirus panic.

Anyone who enters a casino must wear a face mask, or else face arrest.

According to the person who took the picture of the arrest, bystanders were wearing masks under their chin, so why weren’t they arrested as well?

The Sun reported:

A LAS Vegas gambler was removed from the famous 4 Queens casino in handcuffs after he went in without wearing a mask.

The man was bundled out of the building and handed over to cops for flouting public safety rules on Saturday night.

The photographer reported that the man was yelling for help when he was taken outside by five security guards.

The bouncers were wearing face masks, however bystanders had their coverings pulled down around their chin.

It is currently mandatory for all residents and tourists to wear face coverings in public and inside private businesses across Nevada.

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