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A California casino rolls out the ED209s to make guests feel a little more secure.

A growing number of hotels have begun employing robots to deliver towels, toothpaste and other items to guests — an addition viewed primarily as a novelty to appeal to tech-loving travelers.

But less than a year after the mass shooting near a Las Vegas hotel, a Southern California casino resort has added camera-wielding robots to enhance security.

Considering what Stephen Paddock Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was able to do alone, imagine what these mechanical monsters could accomplish in concert.

The bad news: this exact model has previously maimed a small child.

The good news: “feeling” guilt over its crime the maiming unit “committed suicide.”

Also, these things must have a higher center of gravity. It seems that a hard kick is enough to tip them over and leave them helpless as a toppled turtle. I imagine the guts and the battery are center mass. Aim there and fire until the thing stops moving entirely or starts smoking.

Time may be running out…

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“Beep, beep. Kill humans.” The low roller. Pechanga.

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