|The infamous Crazy Girls Statue at the Riviera Hotel & Casino|
During the 1990's when Las Vegas was being billed as a "family" destination, the management of the Riviera Hotel & Casino would have none of it. Behind closed doors, they hated kids and didn't want them running around their "old Vegas" casino.
To scare away families walking north on the east side of The Strip, the Riviera created a bronze statue to mimic the famous Crazy Girls promotional photo, which featured the thong covered butts of the cast. This slightly larger than life-size bronze has been a favorite photo op. It gets especially crazy when the alcohol has been flowing.
So, if you find yourself near the north end of The Strip, get on the east side of the street and grab a picture of the infamous Crazy Girls statue at the Riviera Hotel & Casino. It will certainly be a conversation piece when you get back home.
PS - The Riviera is where the movie Casino was filmed, staring Robert DeNiro.
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