Disgruntled Woman Pees on Casino Guard

Given the nature of their business, casinos can often provide a highly charged atmosphere for its patrons, and dealing with frustrated gamblers, and the arguments which ensue, are considered part of the course. Nevertheless, a casino security guard must still have been caught off guard when a disorderly female customer who was asked to leave the premises decided to relieve herself all over his foot.
On Tuesday, at around 4am, Jennifer Romero was playing at a slot machine at the Hollywood Casino in Illinois when her unruly behavior started to annoy some of the casino’s other visitors. Romero apparently agreed to leave the casino upon the request of security guards, but just as suddenly changed her mind, stating; “I will not be moved.”
The 47 year-old teacher apparently from Romeoville High School then poked the guard in the chest with her fingers, fell to the floor, and started screaming. Casino staff subsequently brought over a wheelchair to help remove her from the premises, but Romero refused to sit in it, and after a guard picked her up to take her to a holding cell, the disgruntled teacher urinated on his foot as the guard was setting her down.
Jennifer Romero has since been released from police custody, and is currently facing charges of trespassing, disorderly conduct, and battery. In the meantime, Valley View School District Spokesperson Larry Randa refused to comment on the story. Nevertheless, a teacher by the name of Jennifer L. Romero is included on a list of teachers for Romeoville High School, while Romero’s Facebook page identifies her as an English teacher specializing in special education.

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