A Washington woman walked into a casual steak restaurant in September 2017 only to be told that she wouldn’t be served. The woman had been hungry for steak, but now she was hungry for justice. The incident angered her so much that she posted a picture of her offending attire and shared her steakhouse story on social media. And online users had a rare old time chewing the story over.
Charisha Raylee Gobin lives in the small city of Marysville, near Seattle in Washington. On Sunday, September 3, 2017, she had spent the day with her mother and sister, who wanted to go out for a meal. The three of them decided on a restaurant, but they had no idea the day would turn out to be as eventful as it did.
The irony is that Gobin didn’t even want to eat out. The mom to be said she would have much preferred to order a takeaway and eat at home. But her mom and sister persuaded her to join them at the Buzz Inn Steakhouse in the north of the city. The threesome hadn’t dressed up, but they thought it would be fine – the joint wasn’t exactly a fine-dining establishment.