SEASIDE HEIGHTS - A special task force took to the Seaside Height boardwalk today to make sure everyone has a fair chance to win at the games.
While 95 percent of the games were found to be played honestly, a few did get slapped with fines. Scott Jenkins, the lead investigator for the Division of Consumer Affairs, led a team up and down the boards. A beer pong table was found to have an uneven playing surface and was slapped with a $500 fine.
The investigators also found other violations, including game operators who could not produce any identification, which is required by law.