Idaho Suspends Liquor License at Coeur d'Alene Casino Due to 'Hunky' Dance Moves 

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What? No liquor on Election Day?

The Coeur d'Alene Casino Resort Hotel received some sobering news from the Idaho Liquor Control Board when it was told its liquor license was being suspended Nov. 1-Nov. 10. The reason: "excessive" dance moves from the male review "Hunks."

According to the Spokane, Wash., Spokesman-Review, the suspension is the first to hit the Coeur d'Alene tribe's casino and resort.

While alcohol won't allowed anywhere near the casino floor for the 10-day period, guests can consume alcohol in their hotel rooms. 

The Spokesman-Review reports Idaho law prohibits performers from "simulating sexual intercourse, masturbation, sodomy, bestiality, copulation, flagellation or any sexual acts which are prohibited by law." The "Hunks" dance review "violated their contract" with the tribe, according to casino spokesman Bob Bostwick. "Still, it is the seller who is penalized."


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