The journalist Nicols Wiazki broke the silence and spoke to the Teleshow portal about the tense episode he lived with his family in a restaurant.
A few days ago, the driver was preparing to celebrate that his five-year-old daughter had finished kindergarten and they went to Graf Zeppelin, a well-known place where the journalist asked for a table for eight people, and ended with a withering response.
It was the first time that I went to dinner with my family, my mother, my mother-in-law, my children were there, and when I told her how many bouquets she told me that she would not be able to attend to me. I immediately realized that it was because of my work, cont Wiazki.
However, the owner of the premises was blunt: You are no more welcome. To avoid escalating the conflict, the journalist and his family withdrew from the scene.
Faced with the unusual fact, the driver commented: My wife got angrier than me and today she pointed out that the owner told us that we had done bad to Argentina. The truth, a nonsense. I never fought and I did not want to ruin that family moment in which my daughter had graduated from the garden, but she is a delusional Argentina“.
Then he added: At the time I did not plan to make it public, but now I think it’s good that it has gone viral. I do not encourage at all that they do not go to the place again, but these things cannot happen. The right of admission is not discretionary, it has to be explained why. It cannot be that they discriminate against you for ideology, for race, for clothing, for appearance or, as in this case, for the work of one.
When the aforementioned portal asked him if he intends to take any legal action, Wiazki remarked: I didn’t really think so. To apply the right of admission and permanence, certain things have to be fulfilled that obviously had not been fulfilled. But now I’m on vacation.