This post has been updated. "You have to pay because you never have money when you get in," told a…
This post has been updated.
“You have to pay because you never have money when you get in,” told a manager of a Chipotle in St. Petersburg. Paul, Minn., A group of young African American men in a video as one of them published on Twitter on Friday and the exchange received only testimonials from there: “We have no money? It’s racist!” Says a man who the manager declares that they have to pay for their burritor. “I can only quit my food today, bro,” says another. “She makes crazy charges.”
A white customer got his orders and the group broke out. “Why should not he pay before?” Said a number of men.
After the video was published on Twitter, a conversation about implied pretension launched and the challenges of only existing in public spaces while they were black the boss were fired. Chipotle announced that it would retrain its employees to prevent further incidents.
But the company now says that it has rehired the boss based on “additional information” that has arisen.
“We have spent the last few days reviewing the evidence available to us regarding the incident in St. Paul, MN. Based on our review, we have offered our boss back their job. While our normal protocol was not followed to serve these customers, apologize to our boss for being placed in this position, “said Laurie Schalow, Chipotle’s Chief Executive Officer, in an email to the Post.” We will work to continue to ensure that we support a respectful workplace for our employees and our customers. Our policy is to treat our customers and employees fairly and respectfully all the time and in all circumstances. We will work with all our restaurant groups to ensure that they are prepared to handle such situations and know that they have our full support. We are determined to do the right and act in a manner consistent with a thoughtful, factual approach. “
St Paul Pioneer Press reported that Masud Ali, the man who published the video, had also tweed several times for dining and dashing at Chipotle and other restaurants. Several of these tweets were found by other Twitter users .
A screenshot of a tweet from July 15, 2015 says “Eating and dashing is forever interesting.” A tweet from March 28, 2015, describes a plan to go to an Applebee and tip a server 20 cents. Another tweet from The same day says, “Not a bite and dash, we only borrow the food for a couple of hours, that’s all.” In January 2016 he tweeted: “Hi, I think Chipotle gets on our fam … should we change places … “A screenshot of a tweet from this July reads:” I got myself to take Chipotle Tabasco was seen this day lol not because I needed it, but because it felt so natural. “ Ali has not yet responded to a request for comment. A Chipotle representative told Pioneer Press that the company was aware of the tweets when it decided to fire the boss and that its latest statement was not based on them.  The video followed several incidents this year with the treatment of African Americans at chain restaurants. In February, two black men arrested in Philadelphia Starbucks after asking for use of the toilet while waiting for an associate to arrive. The incident resulted in Starbucks closing 8 000 stores in May for training against race and bias. Various Waffle House sites were the site of four raid events – one involving a police who choked a teenager in clothing clothes – during a 12-day stretch in May. In May, a Chinese restaurant received Toronto order to pay $ 10,000 in damages after requiring a black customer to pay for their meal.
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