Illegal Cyber Gambling Outlet Employee Slashed in Hand by Drunken Guest

An illegal cyber gambling outlet in Kuching, Borneo, was the scene for a rather macabre crime this weekend, as an employee of the outlet known as “the casino” was slashed in his hand with a parang by a drunken guest he had kicked out of the establishment earlier that night.

The guest who slashed the employee’s hand arrived to the outlet in the early evening hours, in a drunken state. He got into a verbal fight with the employee who decided to boot him out of the establishment and told him not to return until he had sobered up. Unfortunately the guest did not go home.

Instead he found a paranga and waited for a few hours outside the outlet, waiting for the employee to finish his shift. At around 9 PM the shift was finished and the employee went outside, where he was slashed on his hand by the guest, who immediately ran away. The employee got a deep cut on his upper hand and was rushed to the hospital by a friend who was also at the outlet at the time.

It is not clear if the police has been involved in the incident, due to the nature of their business that the employee worked for, but according to sources his friends are very close to finding the guy who slashed his hand.  

Daniel Allermand

Daniel Allermand is a freelance writer, with more than 4 years of experience in the industry as an operator, affiliate and poker player. Daniel has decided it was time to try and bring more coverage about the industry to the general public by writing articles about everything from poker to casino.  

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