Kokoro, on 31 May 2011 - 09:12 AM, said:
If I had the misfortune of being in a room next to a group of dumb, destructive idiots, and they caused massive damage that Acen tried to make a whole group of innocent people pay for because they couldn't pinpoint the actual offender... I would LOSE it. There's no way I would pay. Or ever come back to Acen. What if the damage they caused was hundreds or thousands of dollars?I am not paying for other people's stupidity.
That's basically the point. You don't want to pay, and neither do others who didn't do it. Basically something like this might make people think "Huh, you know, the room next to me is insanely loud and obnoxious and it sounds like things are breaking. I should tell IRT/hotel people about them so I'm not blamed for being in the area" It's the kind of rule that makes innocent people more likely to report the troublemakers so they don't end up in any trouble themselves. (Not saying this is some end all solution, but I think something like this is at least worth looking into)
opimus.rm, on 31 May 2011 - 09:29 AM, said:
I can't see on how you could enforce this?
I'm not sure how it would work, just an idea. As an example, say this had been a rule last year and it was included in the contract people signed to get their rooms. They said they basically know who threw the bottle, but can't pin it down on one person. If this rule was in effect and you were with the person who threw it, wouldn't you want to step up and say "Hey, it was him not me!" to avoid having to pay a portion yourself because it was in your area? Again, not saying this will work, because I'm not sure if it could be enforced either, but worth taking into consideration.
This post has been edited by Washu Takahashi: 31 May 2011 - 12:22 PM