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The Reel Life

22 July 2010

When The Reel Life goes to the authorities to report a disturbance, we always make sure we're not in handcuffs and don't have any drugs. A Florida man didn't follow the same plan.

According to, a Pasco County man was arrested with his own handcuffs after he tried to get a police officer to get them off.

Shawn Martines told the officer that a woman had put the cuffs on him and he thought they were fake. The cuffs weren't fake, and the woman didn't have a key either.

When the officer searched Martines, he found a hypodermic needle and nine Xanax pills. The officer then used Martines' own handcuffs to haul him off to jail on drug charges.

The Reel Life would like to thank Martines, and the state of Florida, for providing us with countless examples of dimwitted criminals, and we look forward to doing business with you in the future.

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Keep on rocking in the freeroll

Those looking for a free ride need to swing by Maple Casino. The site is launching its largest online freeroll slots tournament to date, offering players a prize pool of €25,000.

The tournament will be played on the popular Thunderstruck video slot. The freeroll begins on July 26 and concludes on August 3.

Brand manager Charlotte Jackson says this is "the Freeroll tournament to trump all others. We are defining ourselves amongst our online casino industry peers by offering players two exciting new features in this month's latest slots tourney!"

You're a Lucky Duct

Slotland, the popular 3D online casino, has released its latest video slot called "Lucky Ducts."

"Lucky Ducts" is a five-reel, 19-payline slot machine with multipliers and free spins. It is one of six games at Slotland that is available in the new Flash format with enhanced sound effects and graphics.

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