Restaurant in racism-stunt: Now is the staff fired

As a family went to the fast food restaurant Buffalo Wild Wings near Chicago to celebrate the birthday, the dinner is everything else than enjoyable. Accordin

Restaurant in racism-stunt: Now is the staff fired

As a family went to the fast food restaurant Buffalo Wild Wings near Chicago to celebrate the birthday, the dinner is everything else than enjoyable. Accordin

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
06 November 2019 Wednesday 04:00
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Restaurant in racism-stunt: Now is the staff fired

As a family went to the fast food restaurant Buffalo Wild Wings near Chicago to celebrate the birthday, the dinner is everything else than enjoyable.

According to the Washington Post was the family, mainly consisting of black americans, repeatedly asked to move when another guest felt inconvenienced.

the Reasoning was from the guest's side is very simple: He will not side next to the black people.

Several of the restaurant's employee tried to get moved the family to another table, but in the end they chose themselves to leave the restaurant without food.

the Incident has spread like wildfire in the UNITED states, and the staff, who ordered the family, who had several small children with her, to move, has been fired.

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Mary Vahl, who is a part of the family, wrote an angry postings on Buffalo Wild Wings' Facebook page, which helped to spread the story in the first place.

'If you don't want to eat dinner by the side of certain persons in a public restaurant, you should probably eat your dinner in your own comfortable home,' she writes, among other things.

Since then, the cast has been removed, but Buffalo Wild Wings has even made a follow-up message in which they write:

'We take the incident very seriously and, after having completed a thorough internal review, we have fired the employees involved. In addition, we have banned the customer who displayed improper conduct, from all Buffalo Wild Wings-bars in a lifetime. Buffalo Wild Wings value an inclusive environment and has zero-tolerance for any kind of discrimination.'

'We have been in direct contact with the families to offer our deepest apologies for any unacceptable behaviour.'

the Chain also has plans to implement a training program for all employees to prevent similar happening again.

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Updated: 06.11.2019 04:00
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