“They beat me in the street, I received strong insults, I had a few arguments, but I never imagined that something like this could happen to me “. In dialogue with Teleshow, the journalist of All News and Radio Miter Nicolas Wiñazki He recounted the bad moment he lived with his family in a restaurant.
The event occurred on December 9, but it went viral in the last hours. After a difficult year marked by the pandemic, the driver of TN Central she was getting ready to celebrate that her five-year-old daughter had finished kindergarten. They headed to Count Zeppelin, a renowned local from Ciudad Jardín, of which the journalist recognized himself as a regular. He asked for a table for eight, and received an unexpected answer.
At one point in his vacation, Wiñazki recalled the events with some disbelief and with more sadness than anger. “It was the first time that I went out to dinner with my family, my mother, my mother-in-law, my children were there, and when I told him how many of us there were, he told me that he would not be able to attend me “, said the journalist.
“I immediately realized that it was because of my work,” Wiñazki continued, “And the first thing that came out to me is ‘I always came to this place'”. The response he got from who he later recognized as the owner of the El Palomar store was inflexible: “You are no more welcome”. Without the intention of generating a conflict, the journalist and his family withdrew from the scene.
“My wife was more angry than me,” Nicolás recalled from a distance, “And today he made me notice that the owner told us that we had done bad to Argentina. The truth, a nonsense “. The journalist did not want to continue the exchange. “I never fought and I didn’t want to ruin that family moment in which my daughter had graduated from the garden, but she is a delusional Argentina.
The incident occurred on December 9, although it only transpired last night, when his father, also a journalist Miguel Wiñazki, disclosed the fact. On his Twitter account, Miguel replied the message of a user who narrated the situation. “Intolerant! Undemocratic! “wrote Wiñazki Sr. Your colleague Teresita ferrari he also joined the complaint. ”My absolute solidarity with Nicolás Wiñazki who was not allowed to enter the restaurant Graf Zepelín in Ciudad Jardín because he was not K. This time we are not afraid of him”.
“At the time, I had not planned to make it public, but now it seems good to me that it has gone viral,” said Wiñazki, who does not point directly against the premises but refers to a concept of discrimination. “I do not encourage at all that they no longer go to the place, but these things cannot happen ”, he sentenced and referred to the right of admission and permanence enjoyed by this type of premises. “The right is not discretionary, it has to be explained why. It cannot be that they discriminate against you because of ideology, race, clothing, appearance or, as in this case, because of one’s work “, he analyzed.
Consulted by Teleshow on whether he is going to initiate any kind of action, the journalist was cautious. “I didn’t really think about it. To apply the right of admission and permanence, certain things that obviously had not been fulfilled have to be fulfilled. But now I’m on vacation”.
During his discharge, the journalist sympathized with Dady Brieva, for the injuries he suffered in his play. “These are things that don’t have to happen. Nobody knows who I voted for and it shouldn’t matter, or influence human relations “, said Wiñazki, while he rests and recharges the batteries for 2021. In this regard, he assured that despite rumors of change and some negotiations, he will continue to be linked to Todo Noticias.
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