Casino Worker Takes Employment Perk Too Far A man who worked for an Iowa casino was awarded a free night's hotel stay to mark a year's employment. He sought unemployment benefits after he was fired after repeatedly calling downstairs and asking the hotel to send up a hooker.
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Casino Worker Takes Employment Perk Too Far

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Casino Worker Takes Employment Perk Too Far

Casino Worker Takes Employment Perk Too Far

Casino Worker Takes Employment Perk Too Far

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A man who worked for an Iowa casino was awarded a free night's hotel stay to mark a year's employment. He sought unemployment benefits after he was fired after repeatedly calling downstairs and asking the hotel to send up a hooker.