Beer Parlour Bans Some of its Customers, Makes List That Calls Them Funny Names, Many React

Beer Parlour Bans Some of its Customers, Makes List That Calls Them Funny Names, Many React

  • A beer parlour in the UK has stopped some of its 'troublesome' customers from coming into the pub
  • While their offence was not made known, a list has their funny nicknames which may suggest some of their misdemeanours
  • People who reacted to the list found the act of giving hilarious and outright ridiculous nicknames to customers funny

An unnamed beer parlour in the UK has stirred massive reactions on social media after a list showing customers it barred from its premises surfaced online.

The pub gave funny names to every customer it considered unworthy of its parlour. A particular customer was called "Fat Paul", while another got the nickname "Adam the deaf guy," Daily Star reports.

Many people have reacted to the list.
The list was titled "still barred" to show the customers would not be returning anytime soon. Photo source: @dailystar
Source: Instagram

Everybody had a funny nickname

More than 15 people were asked to stop coming to the bar without any concrete reason. However, a part of the list reads "staring pervert."

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There is no shortage of funny names on the list, another person was outright called 'drunk'. According to the media, someone said:

"If you're a troublesome regular in a pub, chances are the staff have a title for you."

See the list below:

Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:

sophiegarrison said:

"@abovetheunderscore bet some of these would be worthy of your list.

tobikeet78 said:

"I fit in to most those categories."

TWN News reports that Reedit member said:

"Can we organise a live video steam. This is the Big Brother show the world needs."

Crates of beer destroyed

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Kano state Hisbah Board said it confiscated two vehicles loaded with 5,760 cartons of assorted beer on Kano/Madobi road.

This was disclosed in a statement issued by the Public Relations Officer of the board, Lawan Ibrahim-Fagge, in Kano on Wednesday, September 8.

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The statement read in part:

“Hisbah board has prohibited sale of beer in the state to prevent people from being intoxicated."

Dangerous driving

In other news, a truck carrying a high load of crates of beer moving on the Lagos-Benin expressway generated massive reactions from Nigerians.

In the video shared by @instablog9ja, the truck continued on the road despite losing one of its rear tyres, exposing its iron wheel.

The absence of the tyre at the back tilted the vehicle a bit to the side and it seemed as if everything was going to fall off the truck.

Source: Legit.ng

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