No Shoes, No Mullet, No Sevice
It may be business in the front and party in the back, but one Australian bar wants no part of the mullet.
Yahoo is reporting that an Australian man, David Hoogland, was kicked out of a bar recently when they decided his mullet did not align with the trendy atmosphere they were trying to create.
“I’m not in a gang, I don’t have tattoos all over me, I’m just an everyday person,” Hoogland said.
He added, “”I agree if you’re being rowdy, out of control, drunk or abusive then you should be kicked out but if you’re just sitting down having a chat and a quiet social drink, I think that’s pretty rude.”
Hoogland was out on the town with his fiance and friends when managers asked him to leave. He was dressed in jeans, a t-shirt and dress shoes, but was told that his hair cut was the reason he was not welcome at the establishment. The manager added as long as he had the hairdo he would not be welcome at the bar, this may be the push Hoogland needs to change his outdated 10-year-old haircut.
Hoogland was only in the bar for about 20 minutes before being told to leave.