Manchester City’s Samir Nasri Told to Leave Casino

Published on Tuesday 14th April 2015, 11:55 am
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Manchester City midfielder Samir Nasri has endured a tough season in the Premier League and it has now emerged that he had another night to forget in a casino recently after accidentally causing a gambler to lose £10,000 and being asked to leave.  

The Frenchman visited London’s Park Lane Casino with friends on Saturday 4th April but stumbled upon a private table and is said to have upset a female player when he unwittingly made contact with her hand as he placed a bet.

Nasri’s fellow gambler reportedly had £10,000 riding on the roulette game and, as one of the casino’s regulars, she demanded that he be escorted from the premises by security personnel.

“He placed about eight or nine pink hundred-pound chips on black and brushed the woman’s hand,” a witness told The Sun.

“When the ball landed on red, she exploded, saying, ‘it is because of you I lost. Leave my establishment, I’m one of the biggest gamblers in the casino’.”

Park Lane Casino, located in Mayfair, prides itself on offering the ultimate gambling experience to its discerning clientele, and it seems even a Premier League footballer like Nasri is no match for a loyal punter if they step out of line.

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