Beginning on the evening of Saturday, November 23, 2013, Blouin engaged in celebratory activities with family members and friends involving the consumption of numerous alcoholic beverages in various business establishments located in Jefferson and Orleans Parishes. At some undetermined time in the early morning hours of Sunday, November 24, 2013, Blouin lost consciousness, presence of mind and the ability to exercise reasonable judgment as the result of inebriation due to the excessive consumption of alcoholic beverages.
Something tells me the Barely Legal Club probably has pictures too as Beaver bucks are expensive items and guys with corporate cards are prime marks.
At approximately 4 pm on Sunday evening, November 24, 2013, Blouin regained consciousness and learned that he was located at the Barely Legal Club. While still suffering from the effects of excessive alcohol consumption and fatigue, Blouin was informed by at least two agents, employees and/or representatives of SBE that (1) while he was unconscious they, without his permission, removed from his person items of his personal property including his shoes, wallet and mobile telephone, and that (2) they would not retum to him his items of personal property unless and until he signed a receipt for credit card charges at the Barely Legal Club of which he had no knowledge or recollection. Moreover, the attitude, conduct and statements by SBE’s agents, employees and/or representatives caused Blouin to be concemed for his well-being and concerned that he would not be permitted to leave the Barely Legal Club unless and until he signed the credit card receipt, regardless of the fact that petitioner had no knowledge or recollection of the charges.