Our thanks to Jeff for this. Extracts:
A pub has axed its long-running weekly ladies’ night after a man complained about inequality.
The Star Inn in Lingfield, Surrey, has been running a 50% off food offer for all women on a Monday evening for 12 years…
It told its Facebook followers it would “no longer be able to continue with this offer in its present form”…
“We always knew that it was a bit iffy as we were in effect discriminating against men, but in a world that is clearly weighted against women, it was our small way of righting the balance.”
“A bit iffy” – in plain English, illegal for many years. A world “clearly weighted against women”, eh? Yes, so much so, that the removal of just one of their countless privileges leads to their predictable whining. Why does the pub not introduce “gentlemen’s nights” with a 50% off food offer?
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2 thoughts on “Pub cancels long-running ladies night after male punter’s ‘ridiculous’ complaint”
Left my thoughts on this pub’s Facebook page. Suggest others do the same.
And now blocked by the pub. Predictable !