Posted: Jan 7, 2023 05:25h.
Last updated: Jan 7, 2023 06:20h.
A 4.4-ton robot will act as a bouncer/security guard at the Sapphire Gentlemen’s Club in Las Vegas this weekend. That presence at the strip club coincides with his CES 2023 currently underway in Las Vegas.
Called ‘Mech ‘The Bot’ Johnson’, the robot sits at the club’s gate. It is 15 feet tall and weighs 8,800 pounds.
The machine is described as an “all-terrain robotic ‘mecha’ suit”. Humans control it in concert with security on Sapphire.
It was flown in from Vancouver, Canada.
Robots may also entertain strip club visitors as they wait in line. new york posreported. The robot was introduced to the public on Friday night.
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“He will protect us all from AI bots hijacking the #CES convention in Las Vegas so we can party all weekend in peace!” Sapphire announced in an Instagram post.
It makes sense that the world’s biggest gentlemen’s club has the world’s biggest security guard.” The club’s managing partner Peter Feinstein added in an online statement.
“The fully human-piloted mech suit has traveled all the way from Vancouver and is excited to debut in Las Vegas at Sapphire during CES 2023.”
CES, the world’s largest annual technology convention, opened to the public Thursday morning at the Las Vegas Convention Center. About 3,000 companies applied to participate. The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA) predicts that CES 2023 will draw more than 100,000 attendees. That’s still below recent pre-pandemic levels.
Sapphire bills itself as the world’s largest gentlemen’s club and adult entertainment venue.Last month, just before Christmas, the club manager UFOs Hovered over sapphire for an hour. It had red and white lights.
Casino.org I suspected it was a UFO. Because of the nationwide cold weather, the ice crystals above the clouds acted like giant floating mirrors, reflecting the lights of Las Vegas onto the ground. increase.
Clubs looking to increase their income
By this summer Las Vegas Review Journal Sapphire reports a 25% decline in its estimated 500,000 annual customers.
the cause of the decline COVID-19 (new coronavirus infectious disease)Strip clubs are among the last businesses allowed to reopen after state-mandated pandemic shutdowns in 2020.
As of August, the club had sought state gaming licenses and Clark County approval to operate bartop video poker machines. They are seen as a way of increasing income.