Irish pub slammed in ‘furious’ customer review for failing to offer free sunscreen to drinkers


TWO Irish pub goers were left behind, in every sense of the word, after ranting in a bar on TripAdvisor for not providing sunscreen to customers.

In a pair of reviews posted on the website, a few revelers have targeted Malones Irish Bar in Glasgow after returning from a day drinking in the badly sunburned pub beer garden.

Malones shared screenshots of the unusual one-star reviews, which allegedly came from two different visitors to Edinburgh.

In the long messages, disgruntled customers have targeted pub staff for failing to warn them that they are on fire.

They also seemed angry that they hadn’t offered them sunscreen.

The first review posted by MaxLuther1988 earlier this month began: “I like a pint.

“I like an Irish bar.

“I love outdoor cafes.

“What I don’t like is when the bar staff keep pouring me pints, in the roasting sun, and don’t advise me to cover up, or offer me sunscreen!”

“I am nowadays, you would expect staff to provide such services!”

“I’m furious! I can’t express my rage… My face is red with anger and sunburn, and my arms look like drumsticks!

“I won’t be back anytime soon. “

A day later, a review of Carebear77 surfaced, stating, “The bar staff don’t offer sunscreen.

“I sat in the beer garden for four hours and ended up being badly burned.

“But not a word was said, nor the offer from them to put on sunscreen for me.

“I won’t be back anytime soon. “

The posts prompted Malones Irish Bar to respond via Facebook with a tongue-in-cheek warning that sunscreen is not provided to customers.

They also warned that “if it rains you might get wet”.

Malones shared snapshots of the reviews on Facebook, writing, “We always love a review but don’t really know how to respond to it.

“Think it’s someone laughing. But just to be sure.

“We would like to inform all of our customers that on the roof, if it rains, you could get wet. If the weather is nice, you risk getting burned.

“We do not provide sunscreen.

Commenting on the post, subscribers to the Irish pub seemed stunned by the tone of the complaints.

“Even preschool doesn’t hand out sunscreen, you have to buy your own, so take responsibility for staying in the sun too long,” one noted.

“Can you confirm that you also remind your customers to breathe air or I won’t be coming back,” asked another sarcastically.

A third noted: “I bet if they had been asked to cover up there would be complaints.”

The post generated over 2,000 reactions on Facebook as well as over 100 comments and shares.


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