Several video clips have been published on You Tube that show Las Vegas culinary union workers berating tourists (Image source: FOX News)
UPDATE: October 25, 2013 Following the release of these videos where Culinary Union Local 226 users were seen regularly throwing epithets and verbal abuse at tourists entering the Cosmopolitan the union’s protests have been put on hold until Nov. 1. The team encompasses some 55,000 bartenders, maids and food servers in Las Vegas, and has been at odds about problems such as medical care, job security, compensation and even successorship, ie., what happens if Cosmopolitan gets offered to another business by Deutsche Bank at some point.
The protests are taxpayers that are costing average of $2,600 in extra police patrols, in line with the Alliance to Protect Nevada Jobs, a group that is dedicated to putting an end to the union’s assaults on tourists.
Union organizers say they will resume those things on Nov. 1, nevertheless.
If you should be a typical tourist heading into Las Vegas, you’re probably prepared for some financial losses, perhaps some weight gain from all the fabulous eateries, possibly even a taxi driver whom might drive you (illegally) from the way. But what you’re most likely not prepared for is being yelled at and called derogatory names simply for entering an extremely upscale casino, like, state, The Cosmopolitan next to Aria on the La