Tuesday, April 9

What you can’t bring to Vegas pool parties, from Tic Tacs to tank tops

  • Las Vegas pool parties attract thousands from every walk of life, but not every item is welcome.
  • Among the common types of banned apparel are athletic wear, baggy clothing, ripped or torn clothing, and more.
  • Many of the dayclubs note that their lists are not exhaustive, so guests should be prepared for security to stop them from entering with items that may not be listed.

The Transportation Security Administration has nothing on the security guards manning the entrance at Drai’s Beach Club.

Within seconds of peering into a small black clutch, they found contraband.

The Tic Tacs, they said, had to go.

The small white mints are just one of the hundreds of items that have found themselves on dayclubs’ mile-long list of prohibited items. The pools’ lists include many items that are often floating around in a purse or pocket.

Not gum. Not nasal spray. No over-the-counter medication and, at some clubs, no prescription drug.

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“I actually have to take medication twice a day,” said Laura Hill, an Australian who was pool hopping in Las Vegas this month. “I just take it in the morning and night, I didn’t bring it with me. But I’m like man, if I had to have that with me, that would suck.”

Hill added that she also often carries eye drops – another item on many pools’ no-no list.

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