A group of Aussie mates - who got lifetime casino bans in Las Vegas after a massive bender - could soon be banned from the US completely after two of them were arrested and jailed.
The two friends headed to Vegas in a small group to celebrate Cam's surprise Birthday party, in the most chaotic way possible.
It didn't take long for things to turn south though, after group members filmed themselves jumping on furniture, giving CPR in the middle of a gift shop, smoking in a non-smoking section - all while being extremely intoxicated.
One of their mates also got held up at gunpoint and was robbed for $2,500 (£2,056).
Although Bread Gang haven't revealed the exact reason why they were banned, two members of the group was jailed and the DJ duo were given lifetime bans from five casinos.
“We got lifetime bans from [five] casinos. [Two] of the boys went to jail for [two] days. Patty got robbed at gunpoint [for] $2,500 [A$3958]. We stayed [four] nights longer than planned,” the caption in one of their videos stated.
“We ended up spending seven days here [as the two who were arrested] were in prison for thirty hours,” they explained. “So we stayed an extra four nights because the boys were in jail for two of those nights. So we had to wait to get the boys out.”
Nick, one of the men who were arrested, said: “Me and the boys running amok in Vegas. We copped five lifetime bans [from] Bellagio, Caesar’s Palace … yeah it wasn’t good.”
In a YouTube video posted earlier this month (10 October), Nick gave us 'a little recap on Vegas', explaining how the group might also face a ban from the US.
"I'm sure you've been watching the Instagram stories and the new Snapchat," he said. "Me and the boys running a mock in Vegas."
"We put Vegas on its f**king head, let me tell you, flipped the joint upside down," he added.
"After all these the videos like I hadn't slept in about two days it was a full-blown bender.
"I'm not going to get into it too much 'cos we're actually still dealing with the charges, I don't want to f**k anything up
cuz we're looking at a lifetime ban from the states which isn't good."
Nick, who claims to have spent two nights in a Las Vegas prison, called it 'traumatic' and 'pretty horrifying'.
He said the the group are now back in Melbourne.Featured Image Credit: YouTube/Bread Gang