‘Casino’ Mike Baird, the New Southern Wales Premier, whose lockout laws are making the natives of Sydney restless.
The area around Star Casino in Sydney, Australia has turn into a breeding ground for violent assaults, because of its controversial exemption from the state of New South Wales’ despised ‘liquor lockout guidelines.’
Star is the venue that is only the central business region with permission to admit patrons after 1.30am, and to serve booze beyond 3am. This makes it the only location in town for the savagely drunk who want to get drunker, state critics, and it’s causing a host of social issues into the Pyrmont area of central Sydney, where the casino is located.
New figures released this by the New South Wales Bureau of Crime Statistics (BOCSAR) appear to bear that out week. BOSCAR said that non-domestic violent assaults had increased in Pyrmont to the average of 13 per month, and also at least 30 percent among these assaults occur while the offender is being evicted through the casino or simply after. Seventy-three percent, meanwhile, are alcohol related, while 71 percent of victims are casino patrons.
But the casino itself claims it has actually recorded a drop in the true number of assaults. Celebrity said incidents that are such down 19 percent, from 64 in 2014, the ban came into force, to 52 in 2015. It argued that with 40,000 people visiting the casino on Read More