This is bad news.

It's one thing for a hotel to voluntarily tell a guest, after he (or she) checks out, that he (or she) isn't checking back in again -- for good reason, bad reason, any reason or no reason. (As long as no laws are being broken, anyway.)

But to force a hotel to kick a guest out -- maybe even in the middle of the night -- just on the strength of someone's sworn word...that's wrong.

(By the way, what if the guest also offers to swear that he [or she] is innocent? Why is a worker's sworn word automatically worse than a guest's? I thought we left behind that kind of caste-based "justice" years ago.)

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