can a restaurant ask someone to leave if they are talking too loudly ?
supposing two friends are eating at a restaurant and they are both having a heated political discussion, there is no aggression but they are talking very loudly in a quiet restaurant with all the other diners being calm, can the management ask them to leave if other customers complain?
- TylerLv 44 weeks ago
- 2 months ago
- Anonymous3 months ago
They would ask you to lower your voice and if that didn’t work they would ask you to leave. The reason being, if I was a customer in the restaurant at the time, you wouldn’t want to deal with the likes of me! They’re actually trying to save your life!
- Anonymous4 months ago
It depends on who they are luke.
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- 4 months ago
Yes, but typically they would be asked to lower their voice first.
- sunshine_melLv 74 months ago
Management would generally ask them to be more quiet first; asking them to leave would be something they'd try and avoid.
- bluebellbkkLv 74 months ago
Usually a manager would FIRST ask them to keep it down a bit, please, as a few customers have complained.
If they got loud again, then yes, the manager would be right to ask them to leave.
- Jerry SLv 74 months ago
yes they can Luke..........
- deniseLv 74 months ago
Yes, I should think they can.
- ?Lv 74 months ago
their business, their decision .....................................