CINCINNATI, Ohio (WLWT) -- It was supposed to be the capper to a weekend of fun in Cincinnati, but it ended up as a dispute involving security and the escorting of 10 people out of Horseshoe Casino.
Veteran police officer Anthony Warren said he and his wife and eight other friends went to the casino Sunday afternoon and were there for about an hour-and-a-half, enjoying the atmosphere, the slots and the Bengals game on the flat screens.
Then, he said, the welcome mat was pulled out from under them.
"They allowed us in so I, yeah, felt that everything was OK," Warren said by phone Tuesday morning. "I didn't even think about, you know, that we're in any type of violation of any kind of policy or procedure or any rule or regulation."
What he and the others discovered is that their T-shirts were apparently the offending culprits.