Hotness Restaurant denies entry in Indian Ethnic Wear

Hot Deal Restaurant denies entry in Indian Ethnic Wear

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Restaurant denies entry in Indian Ethnic Wear

Didn’t know things like this existed. This is interesting:

https://food.ndtv.com/news/delhi-restaurant-get...

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Probably it was because of this… sad toungueout
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make written complaint in PMO.

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vijkap201 wrote:

Probably it was because of this… sad toungueout
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rogerthat wrote:

make written complaint in PMO.

PMO will probably call this a blessing in disguise to help save yourself from corona neutral_face

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dnt go simple pensive it’s a private property, they can do what they want

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Harish.agarwal wrote:

dnt go simple pensive it’s a private property, they can do what they want

no they can’t

earlier there was a similar case regarding lungis ,but the clubs lost that iirc

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Harish.agarwal wrote:

dnt go simple pensive it’s a private property, they can do what they want

Well it’s definitely their private property but since they opened it to public, it is no longer private.
And since it is commercial, it is regulated by laws of land, some explicit some implied.

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Good. Only mini skirts/thong bikini should be allowed.🥺

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The restaurant management has officially denied having any such restrictions. The decision was taken solely by the newly appointed staff, probably as a result of some minor verbal altercation. Restaurant dress code as displayed at the restauarnt says “no shorts/slippers”. The video also does not show what dress the women was wearing or what happened just before, its too short to trust the facts of the situation

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aam_aadmi wrote:

The restaurant management has officially denied having any such restrictions. The decision was taken solely by the newly appointed staff, probably as a result of some minor verbal altercation. Restaurant dress code as displayed at the restauarnt says “no shorts/slippers”. The video also does not show what dress the women was wearing or what happened just before, its too short to trust the facts of the situation

There are several old reviews on Google maps complaining the exact same issue by various visitors. I hope that answers your apprehensions.

Do you really think any management will ever officially accept this on record? https://cdn0.desidime.com/attachments/photos/608081/original/Screenshot_2020-03-14-21-42-35-406_com.google.android.apps.maps.png?1584202532

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aam_aadmi wrote:

The restaurant management has officially denied having any such restrictions. The decision was taken solely by the newly appointed staff, probably as a result of some minor verbal altercation. Restaurant dress code as displayed at the restauarnt says “no shorts/slippers”. The video also does not show what dress the women was wearing or what happened just before, its too short to trust the facts of the situation

the same way AAP denies anything to do with ration card or caste politics.

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rogerthat wrote:

the same way AAP denies anything to do with ration card or caste politics.

The guy, knowing well that he is saying this on camera clearly denies entry in “Indian Ethnic Wear”.
I am dumbfounded how the hell is this restaurant being allowed to operate.
What if a foreigner came in Indian Ethnic wear to this restaurant, do you think this guy will say the same thing? confused Wah re India.

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P_A_N_K_A_J wrote:

Good. Only mini skirts/thong bikini should be allowed.🥺

Why not without clothes?😛😛😂😂

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Time_pass wrote:

Why not without clothes ?😛😛😂😂

After entering saar. Compulsory for sitting

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cocay wrote:

Well it’s definitely their private property but since they opened it to public, it is no longer private.
And since it is commercial, it is regulated by laws of land, some explicit some implied.

I guess u guys r mistaking dress code for discrimination. like I said it’s private property they can have their own rules, like most pubs only allow couples, hotels rent out to married, most eateries don’t allow outside food, n u can’t have meat in vegan restaurant. their property their rules, customers have no authority to dictate terms to them. In a business, customer n service provider come to mutual agreement or don’t. no deal. u have a choice not to buy from them.

look it as a requirement

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I guess u guys r mistaking dress code for discrimination. like I said it’s private property they can have their own rules, like most pubs only allow couples, hotels rent out to married, most eateries don’t allow outside food, n u can’t have meat in vegan restaurant. their property their rules, customers have no authority to dictate terms to them. In a business, customer n service provider come to mutual agreement or don’t. u have a choice not to buy from them.

You can’t get discriminated based upon your color, social status and definitely because of dress code. If the person goes to court then the business person will be in trouble because the business is doing very discriminatory thing. Dress code is present everywhere, to maintain certain level of social standard. But they are discriminating based upon Indian ethnic wear, so they are also saying Indian wear is indecent. They don’t have any place in India.

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bikidas2060 wrote:

You can’t get discriminated based upon your color, social status and definitely because of dress code. If the person goes to court then the business person will be in trouble because the business is doing very discriminatory thing. Dress code is present everywhere, to maintain certain level of social standard. But they are discriminating based upon Indian ethnic wear, so they are also saying Indian wear is indecent. They don’t have any place in India.

it’s not unfair. anyone can get a tee, jeans. unlike a skin colour. school have dress code, that’s also business establishment, parties have dress code. it’s a requirement not discrimination

but if u think so, then what credit card companies r doing,is also could be termed as discrimination

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Harish.agarwal wrote:

it’s not unfair. anyone can get a tee, jeans. unlike a skin colour. school have dress code, that’s also business establishment, parties have dress code. it’s a requirement not discrimination.

Nopes. Then people should not cry foul if the same thing happens to a woman in western clothes, in some religious places/hotels.
Whatever you are say bro is right, but restaurants don’t have a dress code, if they have a dress code then it’s to avoid indecent clothing. That place should be burned to ground.
And every big delegates from India wear Indian Ethnic dresses, finance minister also wear it. It can’t be indecent. School is a different thing, you can attend a party if you get an invitation, you can enter business corporates if you have permission. This is not a nudist hotel or a place meant for foreigners only. So, it’s not an ethical practice by the owner

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I hope BJP n RSS ll take necessary action

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bikidas2060 wrote:

Nopes. Then people should not cry foul if the same thing happens to a woman in western clothes, in some religious places/hotels.
Whatever you are say bro is right, but restaurants don’t have a dress code, if they have a dress code then it’s to avoid indecent clothing. That place should be burned to ground.

you can get a dress, you can improve ur social status or build a good credit report but u cant change ur skin color or gender. which is permanent . u have no control over it. now that would be descrimination. n any business that force you to have certain ethnicity or gender, could be accused of not giving fair chance to everyone. That’s where it is wrong

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Harish.agarwal wrote:

you can get a dress, you can improve ur social status or build a good credit report but u cant change ur skin color or gender. u have no control over it. now that is a descrimination. n any business that force you to have certain ethnicity or gender, could be accused of not giving fair chance to everyone. That’s where it is wrong

Then you ll say Indian dresses are bad. Good news bhai. The owner admitted the mistake. Ache se pela gaya wo 🤣🤣🤣🤣
https://mobile.twitter.com/KhanijoSaurabh/statu...

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Harish.agarwal wrote:

mobcracy me ese hi hota hai pensive

Eise hi hona chahiye. Can’t accept if an Indian, able to pay, not a part of a mob, wearing traditional Indian clothes and can’t enter a public restaurant.

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Harish.agarwal wrote:

dnt go simple pensive it’s a private property, they can do what they want

joy joy Restaurant is accessible to all public. U can’t discriminate anyone even on private restaurants for any reason. PAPPU
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Harish.agarwal wrote:

it’s not unfair. anyone can get a tee, jeans. unlike a skin colour. school have dress code, that’s also business establishment, parties have dress code. it’s a requirement not discrimination

but if u think so, then what credit card companies r doing,is also could be termed as discrimination

Schools are not Business Establishments, they are educational institutions. They have a dress code to inculcate discipline. Parties are private affairs so they can have none or any dress code they wish, fancy dress, halloween, ethnic, occasional such as diwali, eid and so on.

What you are saying is something like… “My house is my private property so whether I store drugs, liquor, onions or run a sex racket, nobody should have a problem”.

There are certain laws explicitly defined and certain implied based on the country, culture and occasion. Every law can’t be in black and white. This is where one has to use common sense.

If the restaurant was right, there was no reason for them to issue a public apology. They could have gone ahead with a legal battle if they were so right in denying entry

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cocay wrote:

Schools are not Business Establishments, they are educational institutions. They have a dress code to inculcate discipline. Parties are private affairs so they can have none or any dress code they wish, fancy dress, halloween, ethnic, occasional such as diwali, eid and so on.

What you are saying is something like… “My house is my private property so whether I store drugs, liquor, onions or run a sex racket, nobody should have a problem”.

There are certain laws explicitly defined and certain implied based on the country, culture and occasion. Every law can’t be in black and white. This is where one has to use common sense.

If the restaurant was right, there was no reason for them to issue a public apology. They could have gone ahead with a legal battle if they were so right in denying entry

Although the restaurant management was a bit racist here..I think they can defend it via legal battle (They can simply put up a notice board and be done with it) …the only reason they apologized is because the act was against the majority and even political parties got involved (damage control)
Reputation is all that matters these days..more than ideology (in a business) smile

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