ECHO readers react after woman's complaint over 'offensive' napkins at swanky Merseyside restaurant

ECHO readers react after woman's complaint over 'offensive' napkins at swanky Merseyside restaurant
 

ECHO readers have hit out at the “offended-by-everything brigade” after a diner slammed what she said were offensive napkins at 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.
She described the napkins as being “cheap humour” and believes they should not be used in “what is generally thought of as a classy... read more

 
1 October 2017 in Regional North West , Views: 43
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