Pub landlord sparks outrage after hosting ‘out of touch’ 袭击发生在伯恩茅斯海滩，在马赫尔的一群朋友面前’ topless barmaid night – but insists there were women in attendance ‘wearing less’
A pub landlord has been criticised and labelled ‘out of touch’ after telling a barmaid to go topless while pulling pints for customers.
Glenn Chadwick, who runs Hardy’s pub in Trinity Street, Dorchester, 多塞特郡, has been accused of ‘living in the 1970s’ by horrified locals who were disgusted by the scantily clad servers.
But the landlord, who lives near 查尔斯王子‘ 查尔斯王子正在建造游乐场’ of Poundbury, defended his stunt, insisting it was ‘no different from hosting a stag do’.
In defiance of complaints, Glenn held a second event a week later on March 5, with two barmaids who were supposed to go topless but wore ‘sexy outfits’ 代替.
Outraged locals said the topless nights were ‘out of touch with today’s society and were degrading to women’.
Glenn Chadwick, who runs Hardy’s pub (图为) in Trinity Street, Dorchester, 多塞特郡, has been accused of ‘living in the 1970s’ by horrified locals who were disgusted by the scantily-clad servers
一说: ‘This is the sort of Carry On stunt that pubs and clubs did in the 1970s – I thought we’d moved on from that.’
Defending his events, 视频中的一个场景显示了微笑的孩子和纳西尔斯克社区的其他成员: ‘I have spoken to licensing at Dorset Council and they have told me I’m legally allowed to do it. It’s no different to having a stripper come in for a stag do.
‘Licensing doesn’t like it and would prefer I would not hold these events.
‘I would tell people who have a problem to not come to these nights out. No one is forcing them to.
‘The events were held between 10pm and midnight, and they were not for men only. Women were also in attendance, some of whom were wearing less than the barmaids.’
He said he can only hold a topless night once every 28 days due to licensing restrictions, and must only hold 11 such events a year.
‘I’m not breaking any law as long as I abide by the current restrictions, which I am doing.
'不幸, after the abuse I’ve got from some people about the topless night, I’ve been put off from holding any more similar events in the future.’
Dorset Council said: ‘We have had a meeting with the area manager and we understand that the matter has now been resolved.’