A man has vowed to never use a restaurant in Fairbanks, Alaska ever again after he was served by a member of staff who was wearing an anti-racist t-shirt.
According to a series of posts by the Twitter user known as @bryantinak who works at a place called 'Chowder House' a man named Jason Lassiter complained on the venue's Facebook page after seeing an anti-racist message in the restaurant.
The t-shirt which @bryantinak was wearing said:
Hi. Don't be racist. Thanks.
In a review on the Facebook page, Lassiter wrote:
Really enjoyed your food and service but this is a business and as a customer I'd prefer not to have your employee's ideology's plastered on a t-shirt.
This isn’t a professional shirt for work and will be the last time I visit your establishment. I know my patronage alone won’t effect you but good luck with your social warrior campaign.
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