An Oregon man is in the news following a failed trip to a Nebraska casino. The "Lincoln Journal Star" says the 21-year-old man was taken into protective custody last Saturday night after he confused the University of Nebraska-Lincoln police station for a casino. The man reportedly left the station after an employee at the front desk told him they didn't have any blackjack chips. He returned a few moments later, prompting officers to get involved. It was quickly discovered that the man had a blood alcohol content of point-two-seven-three. Police say the man didn't commit any crimes so he wasn't arrested, but they did decide to place him in detox.
With the flashing lights outside and the people in funny uniforms, I guess this is an easy mistake to make.