******Inside Columbus, Ohio’s Hollywood Casino******
Sometimes it’s hard to figure out who is stupider: the thieves or the target they’ve robbed. The following story might be considered a photo finish situation, but you decide.
Money and Carry
This indicates 29-year-old David Hayes, a gambler at the Hollywood Casino Columbus, in Ohio, was lucky enough to win $35,800 on October 21, 2012; but that is where Hayes’ luck ended. In a lawsuit the Ohio man has since filed against the gambling operator, Hayes and another of his lawyers, Joseph Landusky, claim that the casino forced him to just take his winnings in the form of cash versus a check, and flashed his personal information to anyone waiting once he returned to his house later that night behind him in line, making him vulnerable to a subsequent home robbery.
The fact that he left his back door open unlocked and accessible that night is but one return volley the casino is firing back during the man within their legal reaction to their suit. Hayes claims two men that are armed his household, woke him, and demanded he hand over all 358 stacks of bound hundred-dollar bills before they became popular without harming him.
Two of these rocket boffins then actually bragged about the robbery to acquaintances, and have since been arrested and currently await test; a man that is third whose connection to the robbery is unclear, is also being sought now.