An Australian nightclub has announced that it will fire people who catch them staring at someone without their consent.
In a post on the nightclub’s Instagram account, it can be read that the club is not a place to visit just to “pick up selected prey”.
“As a nightclub we encourage everyone to get to know each other, but all such acquaintances must begin with verbal consent” The statement says. “This also applies, for example, if you are staring at someone from a distance” they added.
The club employs security men in special pink jackets to deal with concerns about squinting The New York Post reported on it.
“If we receive a report of behavior that makes someone feel uncomfortable, we will remove the reported person from the scene and notify the police immediately.”
It can be read in the club’s statement.
The club’s announcement soon received its first offensive comments: “Wake up, bankruptcy has never been more convenient” Someone wrote.
“The stupidity of these rules ensures that only Snowflake Generation will go to this club.” – wrote another.
(“Wake up, go bankrupt” is a phrase coined by international bestselling author John Ringo, which refers to the view when organizations want to be politically correct, so to speak, which usually results in a significant loss of revenue for them.)
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