Man Commits Suicide, Blames Casino and Loss of Free Buffet for Life
A Las Vegas man committed suicide and, in material he left behind, blamed the M Resort Spa Casino, its employees, and the fact that he ended up being banned from free buffets for life.
John Noble had apparently won free buffets for life, but according to The Las Vegas Review-Journal, he was banned two years ago after he harassed some of the female employees.
Noble caused a panic when he committed suicide on Sunday because he took out a gun and killed himself at the buffet. When authorities arrived on the scene, his car outside was burning.
Noble mailed a lengthy suicide note to the Review-Journal, replete with “a table of contents, photographs and a two-hour DVD of him talking about his troubles.” He had reportedly gone after employees of the casino online and was harassing them, even posting their personal information online.
In all the documents the Review-Journal received, Noble “spells out all the harm he wishes on those he believed wronged him,” including multiple female employees who worked at the buffet.
You can watch parts of his video message here, via the Las Vegas Review-Journal:
If you or someone you know is struggling with suicidal thoughts, make sure to reach out to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline here.
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