A St. Louis restaurant is facing controversy after implementing a long list of new rules for patrons, UK Daily mail reporting.
The Social Bar and Grill Soulard — located in downtown St. Louis, Mo. — located at the center of — has a new dress code banning masks, hoodies, baggy pants, backpacks, men’s sleeveless tank tops, and overly revealing clothing.
These rules were enforced even though food and drink staff wore tight uniforms.
Many customers are outraged by the new rules, and more than 600 have taken to social media to say so.
Some said the rules were racist or anti-LGBTQ, while others noted that the establishment once made their servers go topless.
One person said on social media: “No revealing organizations…. ‘From the place where their female staff painted their torsos.
The new bar rules also state that customers can no longer return their food and demand a refund.
As for tipping, a 20% gratuity will be added to the bill.
The new rules also state, “Guests who emit the odor of marijuana, vape indoors, or exhibit loud and offensive behavior will be asked to leave. “
One Reddit user said: “A long list of arbitrary rules, like we’re back in middle school.”
While others questioned whether they were being singled out.
“It’s a thinly veiled ‘no LGBT allowed,'” insisted one Reddit user.
‘Yes, it will tell me to leave immediately,’ added another poster.
Social Bar and Grill Soulard did not return. of the Daily Mail Request for comment.