Oh, my. Neighborhood gay bar Las Vegas Eagle faces discipline by Nevada gaming regulators after "agents witnessed patrons performing sex acts in view of other customers."
The nine-count complaint filed by the State Gaming Control Board last week against Judy R. Nelson, dba Las Vegas Eagle, says the board "received numerous complaints regarding inappropriate activity" at the bar, along with a Craigslist post for the bar with photos of genitalia.
On numerous visits between November 2011 and April 2012, agents saw "lewd activity, including a competition where five individuals bared their buttocks in public and other incidents in which patrons had sex in view of other customers," the complaint says.
While the bar, which has a limited number of slot machines, remains open, "the Nevada Gaming Commission will adjudicate the complaint, which seeks an unspecified fine and action against Nelson's gaming license that could range from limits to conditions, suspension or revocation."
· Bar Faces Discipline Over Reported Public Sex Acts [Vegas Inc]
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