Martin Tanaka of Kabuto Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi Bar in Charlotte, North Carolina is a man with opinions. And in his opinion, people who wear baggy pants and hoodies are just plain rude. He has even declared it in a controversial sign that is now plastered on the front door of his restaurant.
Other signs of disrespect, according to Mr. Tanaka, include the following: wearing a hoodie with the hood up, speaking on a cell phone in the restaurant. Oh, and also this: Smelling of marijuana.
According to local TV station WSOC, some customers are not pleased. “It looks like they are trying to say something about some kind of race,” one nearby resident, who did not want to be named, told a reporter.
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