Just because a door is unlocked doesn't mean you're invited to just walk in.

I'm amazed at the balls of some people who think you can do anyone you want as long as you have a phone in your hand and making a video. You're not a journalist, it's not your job, and you didn't get permission!

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I'm asking for Atlantic City Police to do the right thing and arrest this guy!

He's clearly trespassing onto private property. He found an unlocked door at the former Atlantic Club Casino, an just decided to walk right in.

Now if you think I'm being a "Karen" here, I'm really not. What if this guy gets hurt - or worse as he trespasses? He could sue the building owners and the city, and that could mean money to an already over-strapped city.

An unlocked door is not an invitation!

In addition to the photo above, and the YouTube account name, police have this video to use as evidence that this dude was breaking and entering and trespassing. It's time to teach someone a lesson!

Wow! He also contemplated stealing "if I only had a truck here."

Buddy, next time ask for permission!

He's really lucky he didn't get hurt, or attacked by someone that was living in the abandoned building.

Oh, someone should really lock and secure that door.

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