6.2 Unlawful Interference With Gaming Equipment
A person must not improperly interfere with any parts of the gaming equipment or be in possession of any device made or adapted, or intended by the person to be used, for improperly interfering with the gaming equipment. A person must not insert or cause to be inserted anything other than the gaming token to operate or gain credit on a gaming machine.
If a member of the police force believes on reasonable grounds that a person has committed an offence under the above paragraph, the member may search the person for any device or thing that the member suspects was used in the Commission of the offence.
See section 3.5.10 of the Gambling Regulation Act 2003
A venue operator may remove from or refuse entry to the venue any person who damages or physically abuses a gaming machine.
See section 3.5.43(1)(b) of the Gambling Regulation Act 2003