Here's what I found, the source is 9news:
A former policeman claims bouncers at Melbourne's Crown Casino threatened him and his friends just days after a man died after clashing with the casino guards.
A man, who identified himself to Neil Mitchell on 3AW only as 'John', told the radio host a security guard made a reference to the death of Anthony Dunning while threatening him around 10pm last Thursday.
John was among a group of 10 male and female friends who were asked to leave because a man among them was dancing in a way that suggested he was drunk.
"[The bouncer] looked at me square in the eyes with a steely glaze and said, 'Just f--- off mate. We don't want another bloke having a heart attack, do we?'," John later told the Herald Sun.
Dunning, 40, suffered a cardiac arrest after being pinned to the ground by up to six bouncers and held for six minutes inside the casino on the night of July 3. He died in hospital four days later.
Dunning had been asked to leave the grounds because he was drunk but CCTV footage showed no sign of him aggravating the bouncers.
John said his draw dropped when the bouncer referred to the death.
"Obviously he'd overstepped the mark verbally so I don't think they were going to overstep the mark from a physical point of view," he was quoted by the Sun as saying.
A Crown Casino spokesman declined to comment on John's claims.
Well, the obvious thing to say is thank God there are no bouncers at online casinos, they can't jump out of the computer screen to threaten you. Or can they?
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