Well said and I agree. Something does not pass the smell test.The entire thing smells like made up BS to me.
If it did happen: I see 'a customer complaint' as an excuse by management to dodge a blow. . . because since WHEN does any restaurant kick out '24 well behaving PAYING patrons' because ONE PERSON claimed they felt threatened?
I'd like actual evidence it even happened. I wouldn't put it past someone to just make up a baseless accusation because they were peeved at the service (for no reason, even) - Evidence that it happened would be surveillance footage. We could then see:
1) How the group was behaving (if they were really there)
2) Another customer actually complained (if it really happened)
3) They were kicked out as a result of that complaint (if it really happened)
If it even happened at all - it just might be a made up story beginning to end - which I think it is. Who in the hell supposedly waits for two hours to eat, anyway? That's the gist - they weren't even IN the restaurant. What were they supposedly doing? Chilling out in the parking lot for two hours? I don't think so - who in the hell would DO THAT?
There is no evidence - this all started because of a Facebook post . . . and I'm not going to be the idiot who believes any of it without any sort of PROOF.
Restaurants send away people who misbehave.
They send away people because they are a group of TWENTY FOUR waiting for 2 hours and there's still no seating for TWENTY FOUR people. (This is what I expect happened - and the race/customer complaint is made up. If it happened at all).
I just don't believe any of it. . . sounds like he's full of **** and trying to incite a race riot.
Is this what we've come down to - believing anything that's on the internet as if it's some sort of truth.