Man denied $100,000 jackpot because friend pushed the button

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Lucky3Sevens

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This story sent my pressure up! Why in the world would the casino award the friend the money when they had the man on camera playing the machine? Why would the girl accept the money and then offer to share "some" of the money? A decent human being would take the check from the casino and hand it over to her friend. What is this policy that whoever touched the machine last is the rightful winner? Never heard of this but good to know!

Man denied $100,000 jackpot because friend pushed the button
 

Seaman63

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Well I´m with the Casino at this case. They have to pay the person who pushed the button. It is like signing a contract when you push the button and start a game. They cannot ask whose funds are played with. Imagine, you borrow money from your friend, then play and win at the casino. Would it belong to your friend?
No need to talk about that woman at this case here, she´s a greedy person.
 

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