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Nobody is going to pick on someone who is below-average height.It's not exactly a macho thing to do so it is a very good way of controlling the door." The Hippodrome, in London's Leicester Square, reopened in July 2012 as the UK's biggest casino, attracting around 35,000 people each week and seeing close to £1 million gambled every day.
Mr Thomas said the request for "door dwarves" was "building on the rich heritage of innovative entertainment", adding that applicants must be able to put a smile on the face of visitors.
Last Saturday England beat Argentina 13-9 and were given 48-hours off as their next match is not until this Sunday when they face Georgia in Dunedin.
Some of the players also went to Coronet Park, just outside Queenstown, on Monday where they took part in bungee jumping and white water rafting.
Party time: England stars (left to right) Dan Coles, Steve Thompson, Louis Deacon, Ben Foden, Dylan Hartley and Shontayne Hape celebrate their hard-fought victory over Argentina with a group of women at the Altitude Bar in Queenstown England rugby chiefs today defended Mike Tindall and 11 of his team-mates after they celebrated winning their opening World Cup game with a boisterous night out here.
They visited the Altitude Bar which was hosting a 'Mad Midget Weekender' complete with 'leprechaun bar wars' and midgets with bungee cords racing each other.
Trials of the scheme, which would see people smaller than 4ft 10in manning the casino's entrance, were said to have gone "fantastically" well and convinced management to introduce the system full time.
"The Hippodrome is a phenomenal London institution.
I put my hand in yours and together we can do what we could never do alone. No longer must we each depend upon our own unsteady willpower.
We are all together now, reaching out our hands for power and strength greater than ours.
Photographs on Facebook today showed the players larking around in the nightclub and included one of Tindall, Dylan Hartley and Chris Ashton bundling into one of the midgets, Alex Roth, and another of Ashton tussling with Roth and Naz Kheir.
The others who went out were Dan Cole, Steve Thompson, Louis Deacon, Ben Foden, Shontayne Hape, Toby Flood, Tom Croft, Lewis Moody and Nick Easter.
"Like all the lads he plays for England with a massive amount of passion and he was relaxing after a tough match." Three years ago, the RFU's chief disciplinary officer, Judge Jeff Blackett recommended there needed to be a new code of conduct for players on England tours after a night out for four of the squad in New Zealand led to women returning to the team hotel.