The Cypriot police raided a house in Limassol in 2009 after they had received complaints that the house had turned into a gambling club. The police entered the house and found a group of female pensioners playing cards. The police recovered around €100 in stake money and confiscated playing cards and poker chips.
Two of the women have since the raid passed away and two are in nursing home. T[...] Read more » 98-year-old woman to face charges for organizing illegal poker games
Joined: Aug '12
Age: 60 (M)
They should of bought chips in the beginning and cash out at end that way no money on table just chips.lol but that is rediculous,at that age they need something to keep them occupy, why not do something they enjoy.crime must be low there,for them to waste their time on that.
Joined: Feb '11
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 57 (M)
Some people just have no sense of humour..... or sense or life. What on earth is any police force doing going into a pensioners house and taking their cards and cash away? How ironic that since the raid so hat nothing will now happen to the oold dears.
Joined: Feb '12
Age: 62 (M)
What,...is there no DONUT shops in Cyprus.....
You'd think those cops would have something BETTER to do with their time, like stuff their faces with nice tasty honey cruellers...
Isn't Cyprus that country where the extremely wealthy Russian oligarchy hides their loot from the Russian tax collectors...? You'd think those cops could look into THAT instead of harrassing a few little old grannies and their 100 Euro poker game...
HEY,.....maybe I'll open a Tim Horton's franchise there...