Man builds $80k beer fort on dancefloor

A man ordered nearly 10,000 cans of beer at an exclusive nightclub so he could build a six-foot-high fortress around his VIP table.

The nightclub prankster with a penchant for mischief (and clearly very deep pockets) purchased 400 cases of beer while partying at the XS Nightclub in Las Vegas on Monday.

Having dropped US$80,000 on the canned beverages, the man proceeded to live out the child-like dream of building his very grown-up fortress, creating a private beer-walled nook for his gaggle of VIP pals.

A total of 9,600 cans of beer were needed for the feat, which was captured on camera by ESPN analyst Darren Rovel.

He tweeted: “Man at XS Nightclub at Encore in Vegas orders 400 cases, builds beer fortress around table”

The identity of the party architect remains unknown.

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The XS Nightclub in Las Vegas

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