A restaurant’s CEO posted a screenshot of a ban email he sent to a big customer for touching his female staff inappropriately.
Using the handle @leeskeet on Twitter, he also stressed the necessity to hold affluent people responsible for their actions when releasing the email.
Lee began the email he sent to the customer with the highest bill the restaurant had ever seen by thanking him for his patronage.
He captioned the tweet: “I’m not clout chasing or looking for likes. I just think we should start calling out rich people who think they can treat people like crapp.”
He did, however, rebuke the customer for his unacceptable conduct towards Lily, the front-of-house manager.
The email stated that members of the client’s group had treated 22-year-old Lily with rudeness, contempt, and touching his female staff inappropriately.
Lee voiced his sadness and realized his responsibilities as a father and an employer after being profoundly affected by Lily’s experience.
He continued by offering a full refund of £1000, with the exception of the £100 he felt Lily should have received as a tip, which he will pay straight to her.
The email ended with a plea that the customer never go back to the restaurant, underscoring how important he thinks Lily’s welfare is.
In parts of the email, he wrote: “Please provide your bank details and I will refund your entire bill of £1000 minus £100 that I believe you should have tipped lily- which I will pay directly to her- as you left no tip.“
“I would thank you to never come back to my restaurant. Lily means a lot more to me than money. I also think you should assess the people you surround yourself with.”
I’m not clout chasing or looking for likes.
I just think we should start calling out rich people who think they can treat people like crap pic.twitter.com/sN5wplXDed
— 𝕃𝕖𝕖 𝕊𝕜𝕖𝕖𝕥 (@leeskeet) May 4, 2022