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The Playbar HonoluluExtorted By Bouncer

The PlayBar in Honolulu Hawaii deserves to be shut down more than any other bar I have ever seen. It is a health hazard because the entire place smells like vomit. When we were unfortunate enough to visit The PlayBar in Honolulu, the normal Hawaiian hospitality was thrown out the window. Instead we were extorted $100 by a hideous bouncer by the name of Kevin Dunbar, who insisted that my Guam ID was fake.
We were having a nice trip in Waikiki and decided to hit some of the Honolulu bars endorsed by something called the Endless Summer Pubcrawl, which was totally not worth it by the way. Our time in Hawaii would have been much better spent elsewhere. Unfortunately, The PlayBar is also populated by more vomit that females, and the women that are there are a bunch of drunk, ugly trolls. If you are thinking about getting lucky in Honolulu, the prostitutes that frequent the area outside The PlayBar are your best bet. You should have much better things to do in Hawaii than visit this miserable bar.
Please comment or submit another complaint so we can help rid beautiful Hawaii of this awful Honolulu vomit night club and all the horrendous ### who run it. If anyone else has a complaint about Kevin Dunbar at The PlayBar I hope they will step forward so that man never gets another job.

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