Home News Local bar chews customer out, calling her a "bitch" after she leaves...

Local bar chews customer out, calling her a “bitch” after she leaves them a 1-star review




- Advertisement -

An online spat between a disgruntled customer and a local bar has gone viral thanks to the bar’s brutal excoriation of the customer, following her 1-star review of the bar on their Facebook page.

In her review, Fawn Chia wrote that she experienced poor service at Stickies Bar’s Sunset Lane outlet when she and her companions were asked to leave the premises a few minutes before the closing time of 12am. She alleged that she was told that she would be dragged out of the premises when she requested to finish her drinks at 11.52pm.

Stickies Bar responded with their version of events before telling Fawn “Perhaps you should consider giving your brain a 1 star rating, to match you(r) IQ.”

- Advertisement -

Fawn replied to Stickies Bar suggesting that they are trying to create problems over honest feedback. The CEO of Stickies Bar, Norman Then, responded directly to Fawn and claimed that Fawn stormed off “like a child” and slapped a tower of Uno Stacko blocks to the ground as she left the bar.

The matter has attracted mixed responses from netizens, with some expressing distaste for the way Stickies Bar has handled the issue while others sympathised with the Bar and Norman, praising them for standing up for themselves.

Send in your scoop to news@theindependent.sg 

- Advertisement -

JTC issues stop-work order on contractor that ‘erroneously’ cleared Kranji woodlands

Singapore – The contractor that “erroneously” cleared a forested area at Kranji has announced it has been issued a stop-work order by JTC and is assisting the developer with investigations on the issue. On Feb 16, state-owned industrial property developer JTC responded...

Clementi, Dover, Kranji: Singapore’s grand conservation plan is to plant trees and destroy forests

Yes, we love to plant trees. Since Lee Kuan Yew started the whole ritual, at least 10,000 saplings are planted every year since 1963 as part of the Tree Planting campaign. Impressive indeed. Singapore Clean and Green. At the same time,...

Ex-UOB vice-president charged with mishandling over S$5.4 million

Singapore—Sixty-five-year-old Ling Shek Lun, who used to be a  vice-president at UOB, has been charged with mishandling millions of dollars, reported straitstimes.com (ST) on Friday (Feb 19). Ling, a Singaporean who was charged in district court on Feb 10, faces two charges...

Send in your scoop to news@theindependent.sg