Woman complains of misbehaviour in restro, gets thrown out instead
In a rerun of the incident in which a marketing manager of a top car manufacturing company allegedly was restricted to take her driver to eat at a renowned restaurant in Park Street, a techie and his family members were allegedly forced to leave a popular joint on Jessore Road when she raised her voice against alleged disturbances created by a man inside the restaurant itself. The incident took place on Christmas evening.
In her Facebook post, that went viral, the woman claimed that she along with her mother, father and cousin went to have their dinner in one of her favourite restaurants on Christmas.
She posted that she had found a man, who was in another table, looking at her “with the most dirty look one can give”. He was taking alcohol. The woman had initially tried to ignore him. But the man changed his seat and continued watching her.
Feeling awkward, she asked her father to sit in front of her so that the man cannot look at her. The situation turned worse when the man started making certain gestures. “She was also looking at every women and girl,” the woman wrote in her post.
After failing to tolerate, the woman started shouting at him. “But he started pretending as if he didn’t know anything. But he kept smiling in between. He asked us to complaint (against him) to the management instead of telling him anything when my father had joined me to raise voice against the man,” her Facebook post reads.
Interestingly, as per the allegations of the woman, the manager of the restaurant asked the woman and her family to “leave the place at once”.
The woman posted that the matter would have easily settled and they could have continued eating their food if the manager of the restaurant had helped them getting another seat.
Neither the owner nor the manager was available for their comments in this connection when contacted.