Breitbart News has a new article on the fruitbowl!
A man who went to a restaurant in Japan for a fruit bowl filled with kyo fruit, and who found himself being spat upon by customers, has shared the story of his experience with Breitbart News.
The man, whose name is not being revealed, told Breitbart News that the man who spit at him was a restaurant employee.
“The customer who was spat on told me that this was a Japanese restaurant and that I should not have gone there,” he said.
“But the manager told me not to worry, and said that they are doing a good job.”
He continued, “I told the man to get a job as a waiter and was not allowed to leave.
I was told that I would get a warning and would be asked to return to the restaurant to finish my meal.”
“I was told by the manager that this is an employee of the restaurant and the only reason I was spit on was because I was the only foreigner there.”
He added, “If I don’t work as a server, I don,t want to eat there.”
The man also shared that the incident occurred on February 5.
“I got a message from my friend, who lives in Tokyo, and we talked about it and decided to go to the police station,” he told Breitbart.
“We went to the Police Station and said we want to take pictures of the incident and we were told by a policeman that we were not allowed.
I asked him why and he told me, ‘We are trying to find out if there is anything else we can do.'”
The man said he was told, “This is not allowed, so we will have to wait for the police.”
The manager was also told by police that he had to take down his photo and give them the location.
“When I went to give my picture to the person, the police said that this photo was confiscated and the police did not let me leave until I had taken down the photo,” the man said.
He said that the manager also told him that if he wanted to take a picture of the person who spit on him, he would have to take the picture in public and then take a photo of him as well.
“Then he told the person that he has to wait a few days,” the person told Breitbart, adding that they had to wait at least three days before the photo was taken.
“This guy had a huge headache and was really sick, so the manager had to call the doctor.
He had to get the medicine, so he took the medication and the man was told he could go to another place for a while,” the source continued.
“They gave him some medicine and told him to rest for two days.
The person who had spit on me was very scared, so they had him leave the restaurant.”
“It was about a day later, and he came back and said, ‘The guy who spited on me had told me to get in the ambulance,'” the source said.
“‘I told him I will do my best to get him in the hospital, but I need to take this photo.
He has to leave the premises.'”
“He said to me that the photo will be taken in front of the police.
When he got back to the place, I asked if there was anything else I could do and he said, “No, you can only take this picture.””
I asked him to leave and he was like, ‘I’ll give you a warning.’
“The man went to police station and the officer told him, “Don’t worry, the manager is doing a very good job and we can trust him.
“”The manager said, if you want to get my picture taken, I will give you my address.
I told him he has been spitting on me for three days, and I need a picture.
He asked me if I would give it to the manager.
“”But I told the manager I have no money, and then he said that I will have a warning.
“”He then told me he is only a policeman, and asked if I had any money or would be willing to take it to my boss.
“”Then I asked what kind of job he has, and the manager said he has a job at a bank and that he can give me money.
I said, no, I have a job and I am going to give him the money.
He told me I should take a selfie, and told me it will be sent to me.
He was very apologetic, and did not want to give me a selfie,” the worker told Breitbart.”
He then told the police officer that he would like to take his picture with him, and that if they do not take it, he will be charged.
“After a couple of days, the man told the officer that the police told him not to go back to that place, and so the police left.
I have to say,