Dallas Restaurant Bans Customers With Face Or Neck Tattoos
If you enjoy having your neck and face tattoos but also like Little Woodrow's Restaurant and bar in Dallas, today is not your lucky day. Little Woodrow's recently banned, or what they call enforced a "dress code” against, people with face or neck tattoos at their bar. Tattoo artist and host of Spike TV's "Ink Master" Oliver Peck feels it's discriminatory against people with tattoos.
Apparently, as ridiculous as it is, lawyer Britta Stanton says Little Woodrow's is within their rights because tattooed people are not a "protected class" like race, religion and sex.
So just like the restaurant can choose to not recognize it's two-thousand and freaking sixteen, people can choose to proudly wear their tattoos and not to not eat at such a lame establishment.