If you’ve ever worked in a restaurant, you know some people can be picky about their food. That’s entirely cool; they’re paying good money to eat what they want to eat. As long as it’s not completely outlandish or within capabilities of the establishment most places cater to their guest’s orders. You never know why someone doesn’t want their meal a certain way. It could be choice, allergies, dietary restrictions or religious none of which are your business. You never know if someone has a life-threatening allergy or if a certain food is against their belief system. That shouldn’t matter. It doesn’t take a genius to figure out serving people food the specifically don’t want is bad for business. Running to the internet and tweeting about it is just flat out idiotic.
Laura Goodman, who was a co-owner with her fiance of the Carlini Restaurant in England, decided to post on Facebook that she had added unwanted animal products to one of her customers she had at the restaurant. This was no accident as Goodman also posted that a “pious, judgemental vegan has gone to bed still believing she’s a vegan.” Trust me, I love me some meat and am the furthest thing from a vegan. I’m also a respectable person and am baffled that someone who considers themselves a professional in any manner would do something like this.