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Let­ter writer: ‘Restau­rants are not the place for sweaty gym kit’

7 Days in Dubai - - BEAUTY -

“Get over it. I of­ten pop by my lo­cal restau­rants in my gym kit. My money is as green as yours. If I was wear­ing strong per­fume (just as of­fen­sive) I would be ad­mit­ted. I have seen plenty of peo­ple in­ap­pro­pri­ately dressed for many things. Dress tastes vary and we are in a mixed cul­ture.”

DANIELLA HOW

“You can’t change out of your sweaty clothes at the gym? Gym clothes are for the gym.”

CHRIS REID

“Not fair to the cus­tomers who had dressed ap­pro­pri­ately and were look­ing for­ward to a meal in pleas­ant sur­round­ings. The gym go­ers should of been po­litely re­fused en­try.”

JON WAT­SON

“Next we’ll see peo­ple en­ter­ing wear­ing beach at­tire.” SUZANNE AN­DER­SON

“Did they pay??? Did they sweat IN your food??? If the an­swer is no to these 2 ques­tions mind your busi­ness and en­joy your meal...”

BRAN­DON WE­STON

“What is the point of hav­ing a dress code if you don’t en­force it? I have been to fine din­ing restau­rants in the evening where some guests are wear­ing flipflop and shorts! I guess they are guests of the ho­tel and are com­ing straight from the pool but still it is no ex­cuse and it is un­re­spect­ful. Once again this doesn’t seem to be an is­sue in other coun­tries where peo­ple dress ac­cord­ingly.”

STEPHANIE

A man with his ears chopped off would be known for what he is

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