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Birmingham restaurant expresses furious tirade against customers

A Michelin-guided restaurant has branded customers who want all eating restrictions ‘f*****mentally’ relaxed in a furious rant about the reopening of the lockdown on Twitter.

Alex Claridge, chef-owner of The Wildnerness, a modern British fine dining restaurant in Birmingham’s upscale Jewelery Quarter, said he was “flabbergasted” by customers canceling reservations for holding them in place, calling them “f** ***’ * nuts’.

On Monday, all Covid-related restrictions were lifted in the UK, meaning people could dine in groups of more than six, nightclubs reopen and face masks and social distancing are no longer required.

However, with the numbers still growing, businesses across the country are keeping restrictions in place, and many restaurants are still pushing for face coverings when customers aren’t sitting at the table.

Alex, who wrote the tweets, told FEMAIL, “I have to stand for something. The problem, of course, is that there’s always someone with a very small penis who gets on the defensive, but it’s a distinctly vocal minority.”

Alex Claridge, chef-owner of The Wildnerness (pictured), a modern British fine dining restaurant in Birmingham’s upscale Jewelery Quarter, which is listed in the Michelin Guide, said he was “flabbergasted” by customers canceling reservations because they had them on their took place , they call ‘f****** nuts’

It comes after The Wildnderness’s Twitter account shared messages of angry customers who have canceled their bookings: “To everyone who emailed us to confirm they’re upset that we won’t be easing all restrictions as we move the keeping an eye on the situation, I am baffled. This is obviously an emotional issue, but honestly you are all assholes,” they wrote in one tweet.

They later added, “Why are you f****** mental? I will never apologize for putting safety and wellbeing first. How can a cotton swab run over you when you pee offend you like that?’

“My cash register is second fiddle to doing what I think is the best way to protect my guests and avoid a third shutdown…

The Twitter account also shared messages from Covid skeptical customers with one writing: ‘Eating out is a treat and masks are ruining it’ and adding: ‘I won’t support your restaurant until this stops’.

It comes after The Wildnderness’s Twitter account shared messages of angry customers who have canceled their bookings: “To everyone who emailed us to confirm they’re upset that we won’t be easing all restrictions as we move the keeping an eye on the situation, I am baffled. This is obviously an emotional issue, but honestly you are all assholes,” they wrote in one tweet.

Alex explained that customers will receive an email when they book the restaurant as a courtesy, explaining that tables are socially distant, they use track and trace, and they must wear masks.

‘It’s nothing crazy. I didn’t tell you to arrive covered in the mixture of PVA glue and peacock feathers.

Despite the complaints, Alex told FEMAIL they’ve received overwhelming support to keep Covid protocols in place — even conducting a Twitter survey of more than 3,000 customers, with 94 percent seeing support for the restrictions to be in place. to keep.

‘We have to examine the worst-case scenarios for every choice. If we take it easy, we will enter a lockdown again, restaurants will not survive.

The Twitter account also shared messages from Covid skeptical customers with one writing: 'Eating out is a treat and masks are ruining it' and adding: 'I won't support your restaurant until this stops'.

The Twitter account also shared messages from Covid skeptical customers with one writing: 'Eating out is a treat and masks are ruining it' and adding: 'I won't support your restaurant until this stops'.

The Twitter account also shared messages from Covid skeptical customers with one writing: ‘Eating out is a treat and masks are ruining it’ and adding: ‘I won’t support your restaurant until this stops’.

‘If the worst-case scenario is that your customer has to wear a mask when he has to go through a pee, then that’s good.

“If that’s the greatest tragedy you’ve ever experienced is putting a cloth over your face while holding your dick, then you’re really in a blessed place.

Last week, the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham suspended elective procedures.

“When there is another lockdown, there will be no restaurants and bars at the end.

“I’m going to protect my team and my guests. If that doesn’t make you want to come, I don’t mind. Two covers a year doesn’t make a restaurant.

The menu consists of five or seven course meals made for £75 to £100 using seasonal ingredients - including Wagyu beef, quail and 'the bat' - a tiramisu in the shape of a bat (pictured)

The menu consists of five or seven course meals made for £75 to £100 using seasonal ingredients - including Wagyu beef, quail and 'the bat' - a tiramisu in the shape of a bat (pictured)

The menu consists of five or seven course meals made for £75 to £100 using seasonal ingredients – including Wagyu beef, quail and ‘the bat’ – a tiramisu in the shape of a bat (pictured)

One of the top restaurants in the second city, The Wilderness offers a modern British dining experience.

It has a Michelin sign, which means it serves: ‘fresh ingredients’ that are ‘carefully prepared’.

The red book describes it as: ‘dark, moody restaurant with open kitchen’.

‘Choose between two interesting, succinctly worded menus of globally influenced dishes with a playful, ostentatious style. In addition to matching wine flights, there are also creative alcohol-free combinations’, it sounds.

The menu consists of five or seven course meals for £75 to £100 with seasonal ingredients – including Wagyu beef, quail and ‘the bat’ – atiramisu in the shape of a bat.

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