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Re: OT: gear stolen in Las Vegas
This sounds so familar... didn't they get all their
gear stolen once before?
AS FOR LAS VEGAS
My girlfriend and I were staying at the Mandalay Bay
this April. We checked out and had the bellboy bring
out luggage to be stored in their luggage storage
place. They assured us it was locked and guarded.
When we came back a few hours later to get our bags,
all seemed in order. When we got home we realized
that both our iPods had been taken out of my bag. It
was something I carried on with me and never left my
shoulder... save for the time it was in their "secure
If the Mandalay Bay would have done the right thing
(they've admitted that our bags were never put in
storage at all- when we got there they were out on a
baggage cart by the taxi stand! AND a security person
notiticed something suspicious going on so started
recording in the area our bags were in.) I wouldn't be
writing this. Instead, they claim, "no liability"
EVEN THOUGH THEY ADMIT THE INVESTIGATION THEY HAD DONE
so the moral? Be prepared to be ripped off. I hope
the Mermen get their gear back, it's a sucky sucky
--- Sean Echevarria <email@example.com> wrote:
> Forwarding this from the Mermen list - if you're
> near Las Vegas please
> watch for this UHaul trailer.
> Mermen's Gear Stolen in Las Vegas! HELP!!
> The Mermen suffered a disasterous tragedy last night
> (5/26/05) in Las Vegas
> after their
> show at the Hard Rock Cafe. The UHaul trailer that
> they had all of their
> gear stored in was
> stolen from the oversize parking lot at The Flamingo
> Hotel/Casino. The lost
> all of their
> amps, Jim's guitars, Jennifer's bass, Martyn's
> drums, cables, Jaime's video
> equipment. They are all devastated, and need help
> getting their gear back.
> $$$ They are willing to pay a reward for the return
> of their gear.
> The UHaul trailer that was stolen had a Chicago
> travel ad on the side, and
> the license plate
> # is: Arkansas PT103498. The UHaul number is :