Diner slams 'offensive' napkins at swanky Merseyside restaurant - but what do you think?

Diner slams 'offensive' napkins at swanky Merseyside restaurant - but what do you think?
 

A diner has slammed what she claims are offensive napkins being used by a swanky Merseyside restaurant.
Pauline Atherton recently visited The Vincent in Southport and says she was offended by a cheeky note printed on the serviettes.
Addressed to a “Vincent cab driver”, it instructs them to “look for cash” in various items which customers can select - including bra, boxer shorts, skirt and thong.
The Lord Street hotel and restaurant is part of businessman Paul Adams’ portfolio which also includes Vincent Cafe on Exchange Flags and Vincent Asian Kitchen on Bold Street.
Pauline, who lives in... read more

 
1 October 2017 in Regional North West , Views: 54
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