Imperial Palace, the Asian-decorated Las Vegas hotel which hosts a regular Hawaiian Luau, dresses its dealers to look a bit like random American superstars and whose only themed restaurant is Italian, might be able to add one more culture to its haphazardly cosmopolitan theming.
Maybe – just maybe – the IP gives you The Swine Flu. So I guess that just about ticks the “Mexican” box.
It’s not clear from this regional BBC News story whether they think Las Vegas is to blame for a group of British tourists getting infected, but there are two notable details reported.
First is the fact that the group stayed at the “Imperial” hotel (apparently not worthy of being called a Palace any more). I’m not sure whether this detail is just colour added by the reporter, or if the implication is that the winner of Harrah’s “Would Most Like to Implode” award is in fact a disease-ridden hell hole.
Insert your own IP gag here. Come on, it’s an easy target. My attempt would probably include the word fluertainers. Or dealerfectious.
Secondly, this was a group of 17 who were in Las Vegas for a stag week. Who’s to say they didn’t actually take the party bus down to Tijuana (it’s only about 6 hours away) and either swore that what happened there wouldn’t even make it back to Vegas, or they simply don’t even remember.
Insert TJ Hooker gag here?