According to USA Today, Taco Bell is starting a promotion in which they will allow 2 couples to actually tie the knot at one of their Las Vegas locations. While there are some strange places to get married in Sin City, this is definitely at the top of the list for bizarre locations to get hitched. To enter, couples will need to tell what role the fast food chain has played in their relationship in a photo or 30 second video. Fans will then vote and choose the winners. The prize includes air-fare to Las Vegas, as well as a private cabana and VIP table at the nightclub Drai’s and other wedding items like a photographer of the big event, etc.
But if you don’t happen to win the contest, don’t fret you can still be married at the Taco Bell location in Las Vegas, but it will end up costing you $600, or the equivalent of 600 dollar menu items. All you need to do is walk up to the counter like you were ordering food and order the wedding package for two right off the menu. Only in Las Vegas, right?
But if you aren’t exactly interested in having your big day take place at a fast food restaurant there are plenty of other great places to get married at in Las Vegas. For a whole run down, check out the Wedding Visitors Guide to Las Vegas.
Former Boulder City Animal Control Chief, Mary Jo Frazier, who allegedly euthanized over 100 dogs after being in the shelter for 24 hours or less was recently sentenced to 90 days for euthanizing her own dog after he urinated in the house – although others have claimed that she did so only because she was going through a bitter divorce and wanted to hurt her husband by killing his dog. Bill Conger, who was the former police chief was forced to resign after information came to light that he forced detectives to look the other way regarding claims against Fraizer started to surface as well as when drugs and money started to vanish from the Boulder City animal control center.
Fraizer’s fellow co-workers said that she had euthanized animals without waiting the required time peried, and Las Vegas Metro Police Department have compiled at least 91 instances of unusual animal deaths at the shelter.
Former police chief Conger who did not bring charges against Frazier initially, was handed a $1,000 fine after he pleaded guilty to one count of failure to perform a duty.
A defense attorney for Frazier told the judge his client had been going through a stressful time in her life and moving out of state. This may be a wise choice as many in the city and surrounding areas who have heard about Fraizer’s supposed misdeeds have been very vocal on social media about what she did – and what they would do to her if given the chance. Most people in Boulder City familiar with the story believe that Frazier and Conger both got only a slap on the wrist and that they deserved much stiffer penalties than they were given.