Sounds like a good paying job if you can party the night away in a strip hotel room after a hard day selling water.Quote: www.lasvegassun.com
Terrell met four people selling merchandise — CDs or bottled water or T-shirts — on the Strip on July 6 or 7. The five helped each other, then decided to party that night. Someone got a room at New York-New York, where the five hung out.
It would appear most people don't mind their hallways littered with bodies.Quote: www.lasvegassun.com
For six hours, Terrell lay on the hallway floor near the elevator as hotel customers stepped around his body entering and exiting the elevator, according to what Sisolak said he was told by Metro.
I have standards! I require the dead to be collected on a timely basis! No tip for housekeeping!Quote: kp
It would appear most people don't mind their hallways littered with bodies.
No tip for housekeeping!
If the dead body is in your room, then tip for quick and quiet removal. If the dead body is in the hall, then it is probably not the housekeeping but instead janitorial services that would be responsible for removal, similar to removing dirty room service trays. There should be no need to tip for body removal in the halls, just in your own room.
BRING OUT YOUR DEAD, CLANG!
Where's Jerry Logan when you need him?
So either this is a common situation in NYNY or the people in NYNY are in the habit of not raising a fuss.
He "met" four street hawkers and they all decided to party at NYNY, what was he a street hustler also?
According to the news video attached to this article, the name of the man who went to party with the four other men was "Christine". Maybe the party took a strange and unexpected turn at some point in the evening?