Detroit restaurant speaks visitors who odor like marijuana aren't welcome

A restaurant in Michigan is assembly it identified that supplies for “proper attire” contain convinced boundaries on “odors,” exactly individuals of the marijuana kind.

The Caucus Club in Detroit freshly recapped its dress code  on Facebook,, asserting in no indeterminate rapports that the “smell” of marijuana is not welcome privileged the business.

“Utterly people, hoodies and jerseys are not business apparel. Neither are ball caps and sneakers. Most significantly, if you smell like marijuana don’t smooth reason of treading secret the Caucus Club,” reads the message.

Laterally with the post, the Caucus Club comprised a text-filled image delineation its “proper attire,” which specifies that “Business Casual in the smallest dress code that would be followed to while dining at the Caucus Club. Please be aware that sturdy ‘odors’ are offensive. Thank you.”

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An illustrative for the Caucus Club was not proximately obtainable to authorize an occurrence, if any, that encouraged the Facebook post earlier this week.

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The restaurant’s owner, George Sboukis, elucidated the post, saying, “It was a notice with a petite jiffy of sauce just to get people’s courtesy. I don’t mean any damage by it.”

On Facebook, many users looked to escalate the post. One person wrote, “Perhaps marijuana users don’t grasp how bad it smells. And treading into a high-end restaurant, I’m dressing up. It’s part of the complete knowledge to me. And I don’t want to be placed next to the stink of weed.”

Another person other, “Love this! Good for you for situation a typical that requirements to be set.”

Not one and all was laughing, however. One person complained, “Who talks to their trade this way? You couldn’t have couched it a slightly more workwise at the very minimum?”

In the days subsequently, the Caucus Club has continual to restate its offensive “odor” policy on Facebook, even posting a video of the provocative Looney Tunes charisma Pepe Le Pew.

“When you reflect smelling like skunk is sweet, you’re the one who’s out of trace,” the restaurant wrote.

In the state of Michigan, entertaining marijuana use is lawful for anyone 21 and up, The Hill reports. Smoking is still verboten in public spaces, however.

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