‘White powder’ incident at casino

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There is no relief from headlines for Australian casinos – Crown’s Perth casino hit the headlines yesterday after a famous footballer dropped “a white powder” on the floor.

Australian Football League star Wayne Carey said that the powder was not an illegal substance. The now-retired star, aged 51, said: “It was offered to security. Security didn’t take it.”

He said that the substance was an anti-inflammatory that he took with dinner and the police did not become involved.

Australia’s The Herald Sun newspaper reported that Carey had been banned from Crown venues for two years after being “caught with a bag of white powder.”

Crown said that it was aware of an incident where a patron was escorted from the premises.

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