Fake flyer advertising jobs causes confusion at stadium meeting

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By Chris Maathuis
A fake handbill caused confusion at Thursday’s Stadium Authority Board Meeting.
The flyer advertised jobs for 5,000 men and women. When more than 1,100 people showed up at the Clark County Government Center, they discovered it was a hoax.
The police showed up to calm everyone down when tempers started to flare.
“These are kids not deep in money, so they’re jumping on buses to get down here thinking they’re getting a job and it’s a lie. People should be embarrassed to put that information out,” said Daniel O’Shea, labor leader.
The flyer stated the event was presented by Churches of So. Nevada and the Get Active Foundation. Both groups denied they had anything to do with the bogus handbills.
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