The pub swipes “d *** head customers” and “keyboard warriors”, which violates the rule “spent work on 15 staff”, in a ferocious notice announcing the closure a few weeks after the beer garden reopened. Masu
- Noahs in Stoke’s Hartshill blows up a customer with a note on the front door
- The pub was forced to close the door on Friday after receiving a complaint from the Panther.
- The closure took place just weeks after the venue was reopened under the Covid roadmap
A pub that was forced to close the venue within three weeks of being allowed to reopen below Coronavirus The roadmap ignited “**** head” customers and “keyboard warriors” who broke the rules.
Noaz, in Hartshill, Stoke, blew up a customer with a note on the front door after being forced to close the door on Friday.
Pub owner At least one person complained about the operation of the venue on social media and wrote a note after another Panther reported a “major battle” last weekend.
In that message, the pub owner wrote: “Sorry, we will be closed until we are notified later … Goodbye, for now. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Noahs in Stoke’s Hartshill blew up a rule-breaking “**** Head” customer and a “Keyboard Warrior” after being forced to close the venue on Friday.
“We would like to thank all the” **** heads “who did not (ironically) follow the rules and the keyboard warriors who wrote nonsense on social media. Your actions have cost 15 jobs and closed a well-established local business.
“But we thank our patrons, best friends, and our loyal and respectful customers for supporting us as great people according to the rules. We’re back.’
Noaz, who has a license until midnight, resumed last month.
However, it had already decided to close at 10 pm every night. And one time it closed at 8 pm because the customer didn’t follow the rules.
In response to a social media “keyboard warrior,” the venue said:
“We track and track everyone who enters the garden and do not serve them until they do so. We only receive service if the customer is seated.
In a note left at the front door of the pub, the owner said some of the Panther’s actions “sacrificed 15 jobs and closed an established business.”
“Have you ever told your kids to stay seated? Imagine telling 100 kids to stay seated! It’s very similar to people who enjoy going out drinking with friends. -They sat for five months waiting to return to the pub.
“All of our staff are here to help our customers follow the guidelines, but not everyone is listening.
“They think it’s okay not to wear a mask inside, don’t understand why having more than 6 people at the table is a problem, and are exempt due to medical problems. Some even think (I don’t have an inhaler yet). Anyone who doesn’t follow our rules can’t serve anyone and is asked to leave.
“When it comes to pubs that have decided to open with restricted rules in these uncertain times, this is new to us and our customers.
“We didn’t have to open. It’s frustrating for people to forget that the times have changed. Therefore, we can’t expect every customer to respond the right way.”
After Covid’s rules were relaxed and the pub was able to reopen the outdoor seating area, this weekend after seeing dozens of panthers taking this street.
The next blockade easing is scheduled for less than two weeks on Monday, May 17, allowing people to meet in large groups outdoors and in small groups indoors. We are planning to proceed with foreign holidays at the same time.
The pub swipes “d *** head customers” and “keyboard warriors” that break the rules
SourceThe pub swipes “d *** head customers” and “keyboard warriors” that break the rules