Coeur d’Alene Casino Liquor License Suspended
COEUR D'ALENE, Idaho (AP) — The Coeur d'Alene Casino Resort Hotel has been barred from serving alcohol for 10 days because of what the casino has described as "excessive" dance moves by male performers.
The Spokesman-Review reports no alcohol will be sold in any of the casino and resort venues from Nov. 1 through Nov. 10. Casino spokesman Bob Bostwick says that the Idaho Liquor Control Board has suspended the liquor license because of how male performers in the traveling show "Hunks" were dancing.
Bostwick says the dance group violated their contract by not adhering to state liquor laws during their performance. State law says that performers cannot simulate "any sexual acts which are prohibited by law." During the 10-day suspension, guests are required to keep alcoholic beverages in their hotel rooms.