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Dover slots club Game Nation pleads with customers to remain ‘fully-clothed’

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Original article from Kent Live

A slots slop in Dover put up a sign in their window asking customers to keep their clothes on.

It is understood Game Nation, in Biggin Street, decided to put the sign up during the mini heatwave last week.

Seen from their shop window, the sign reads: 'We appreciate that its hot outside but please be fully-clothed when playing.

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"We have air conditioning.

"The staff would be grateful. Thank you'.

The sign went up during the mini-heatwave

The sign has since been removed now the mini-heatwave has passed and the temperature has dropped.

But staff have kept the A4 notice in the office, in case temperatures soar again and customers decide to strip.

Game Nation, who took over from Palace Amusements in the town, now has two shops in the Biggin Street shopping area.

The company is only just over two years old but is the UK's third largest operator of high street slot clubs.

Dover's second Game nation store farther along Biggin Street

Some of the stores run 24-hour operations open seven days-a-week.

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