Bankrupt? In debt? On government assistance?
Then maybe you shouldn't be allowed inside a casino. That's the gist of a would-be law pushed by some parliamentarians and mental health counsellors in Singapore.
According to the Straits Times, they're considering a proposal to ban Singapore's "financially vulnerable" from casinos.
As of this year, the city-state's casino sector rakes in more than Vegas, making it the world's second-largest gambling center. In the past, the island's young gaming industry has faced mild opposition for posing a moral threat to Singapore, where social engineering is the norm.
Moral hazards aside, Singapore's casinos have been booming, according to an Asia Times report.