Human rights tribunal shows its extremist colours

If human rights tribunals hope to remain in business, they better start reining in their more ridiculous rulings. Like the case of the germaphobe known to the public only as P.G.

Sun columnist Michele Mandel recently detailed the stranger than fiction case of P.G.’s human rights complaint against Baton Rouge steakhouse for no longer indulging the bizarre ritual he requested on his weekly visits.

  • dance…dancetotheradio

    There’s no mention in any of this on whether he was a good tipper or not.
    I suspect he wasn’t.
    I’ve had customers who were difficult and demanding.
    We subtly encouraged them to take their business elsewhere.
    The mistake this restaurant made was first to acquiesce to this idiot’s bizarre rituals and second not to scale them back in a gradual way once they decided this guy was a pain in the ass and they didn’t want his business anymore.
    The third mistake was the confrontation.
    Oh, how I have longed for the chance to say what that manager said to him but I never did and never could.
    Hotels and restaurants are subject to increasing regulatory scrutiny.
    One such regulation was the government passing a law which held serving staff and management accountable for over serving alcohol to customers.
    The duty of care regulations are so onerous and were a big factor in my decision to leave the industry.

  • Millie_Woods

    ‘He expected the waiter to clean his seat’. That’s a great metaphor for the kind of service he wanted.

  • DavidinNorthBurnaby

    Well, if hes who are shes and shes who are hes must be indulged and accommodated, why not *this* kook?

    • bargogx1

      It’s all part of the same lunacy.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      You reminded me of this great song.
      girls who are boys
      who like boys to be girls
      who do boys like they’re girls
      who do girls like they’re boys
      always should be someone you really love

  • DavidinNorthBurnaby

    Well, if hes who are shes and shes who are hes must be indulged and accommodated, why not *this* kook?

  • Alain

    Human Rights tribunals/HRCs are another form of government tyranny; actually tyranny of the minorities including the minority of moonbats.

  • Mr_bigstuff

    Since the gender of his ‘spouse’ is not mentioned I am willing to bet he is a member of ‘queer nation’ and everybody knows the tolerant downtrodden gays are never wrong – They win every law suit because of PC chill-