A YouTube prankster was on vacation at the Waldorf=Astoria Boca Raton Resort and Club and three hours before New Years’ the property kicked him out — apparently because they were afraid he might perform a prank there though he didn’t bring his camera crew.
He says he refused a conversation with the manager because he was napping when they came to the room, and that the manager and police entered the room — his girlfriend was naked, and they wouldn’t let her get dressed in private.
Purely from the video it appears that this man and his girlfriend are behaving civilly and calmly in the face of a stressful situation, though it does contain language that’s definitely ‘not safe for work’.
A manager tells him, “Given the nature of your posting, we reserve the right as a private company to have you removed from property and not do business with you.”
Credit: Boca Raton Resort and Club, a Waldorf=Astoria Resort
It seems to me that a hotel:
- should be allowed to ban guests before they check in
- should be allowed to kick guests out once they violate a property’s rules
- but once they accept a guest they shouldn’t kick the person out if they’re behaving appropriately.
What’s your take?