Grand gaffe

It’s been reported that managers at one of Britain’s most luxurious coastal hotels – the Grand Hotel in Brighton – have confessed that credit card numbers, signatures and addresses of thousands of guests had been thrown into a dumpster and left on a public street. Registration cards listing sensitive financial details of visitors to the five-star Grand Hotel, in Brighton, southern England, were left unattended for 24 hours, prompting fears that some of the information could have fallen into criminal hands.

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