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Old 07-12-2012   #125
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Default Re: Adrian Peterson arrested in Houston

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Originally Posted by badboy View Post
You said you would wait until closing time on an asshat then security would remove them. My question is why would you, Stemp wait that long? Doesn't your employer have the right to withhold service from certain people?
I said security would remove them if they didn't leave.

Think about how many people are in a club and how big a ruckus there would be if a celebrity was tossed while everyone was still there, especially if the only thing they did wrong was act like prima donna, which likely most people don't see because they aren't paying attention.

Now, imagine the club is mostly cleared out and people are required to leave and that person doesn't. You now have a good excuse to get security to escort them out and there are fewer people there to start any trouble or get in the way.

The club doesn't any trouble and probably was willing to deal with a difficult celebrity customer till the end of the night. Sure, they could cut them off and get the bouncers to toss them, but it's probably not worth the hassle, uproar and bad PR to do.

The fact is, if Peterson and his group didn't leave when asked, they was going to get escorted out anyways. Sounds to me like he did something stupid while drunk and he got has ass arrested.
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