Worker: Olive Garden customer demanded and got white server

first_img Previous articleMichigan ready for Primary, but results will take longer this timeNext articleBenton Harbor man charged with open murder in woman’s shooting death Associated PressNews from the Associated Press and its network of reporters and publications. Worker: Olive Garden customer demanded and got white server (Photo supplied/Olive Garden) EVANSVILLE, Ind. (AP) — Olive Garden has fired the manager of one of its restaurants in southwestern Indiana who was accused of complying with a white customer’s demand to replace her table’s black server with one who wasn’t black.Olive Garden spokeswoman Meagan Bernstein said Wednesday that the company doesn’t tolerate discrimination and decided to “separate with the manager involved” after completing its investigation of the incident last weekend at the restaurant in Evansville.Amira Donahue, a black 16-year-old host, says the manager complied with a female customer’s demands that her group’s black server be replaced with a non-black one. Pinterest IndianaNews By Associated Press – March 5, 2020 1 220 Twitter Google+ WhatsApp WhatsApp Pinterest Facebook Google+ Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

FA Cup: Batshuayi, Tomori fire Chelsea past Hull

first_imgRelatedPosts Lampard: I still have confidence in Tomori Rennes want Fikayo Tomori, £25m for Mendy Lampard: Tomori won’t leave Chelsea Chelsea survived a late scare in the FA Cup to overcome Hull City 2-1 at the KCOM Stadium on Saturday. Frank Lampard’s side advanced to the last 16 of the competition after goals from Michy Batshuayi and Fikayo Tomori. Kamil Grosicki scored late on for Hull and although they pushed hard for the equaliser, Chelsea held on. Hull started the game brightly but it was Chelsea who took the lead in the opening six minutes when Batshuayi’s deflected close range effort found the net. Chelsea were close to scoring more goals but Hull goalkeeper George Long twice denied Mason Mount and saved from Marcos Alonso just before the break. The visitors doubled their lead just after the hour mark when Tomori headed in from Ross Barkley’s free kick. With 13 minutes remaining, Hull got themselves back in the game when Grosicki’s free kick deflected off Mateo Kovacic and found the net, but they failed to grab an equaliser.Tags: Chelsea FCFA CupFikayo TomoriFrank LampardHull CityMichy Batshuayilast_img read more