Hooters Management Corporation Riverview Florida

Complaint: My complaint ist a complaint as such as I may have lost some battles but I won the war. Rather, I want my story to be a warning to others. Unlike most restaurant complaints mine isn’t about a specific location. It may have started out that way but it ended up being about an entire corporation and how they conduct business. My concern is that this could happen to someone else at another of their locations hundreds of miles from me. I won the war because I had a bombshell hidden in my closet, that despite my best efforts to make them aware of, they simply chose to ignore. You aren’t going to have that bombshell in your closet and will be at their mercy. This is a story, a long one at that, of attitude, inconsistency, a very poor policy and an indisputable case of a corporation looking the other way regarding an employee while holding the customer up to a higher standard. First, let me state that what I did was wrong and their response was correct. I had photographed several girls who model on the side and who worked at the same Hooters for several different albums. One of those girls complained to her manager that I was showing around an album at the restaurant that was inappropriate. Several girls were in lingerie, though no less exposed than the photos on their walls. But there was one picture that had one breast exposed though you had to look closely to even spot it. That album had been in there many times without incident, still, poor judgment on my part. She had several chances after it was brought to her attention to simply come to me, state her concerns, and it would have been removed. Instead, she skipped that step and formally complained to her manager So, one evening in Nov. of 2006, I walked into the restaurant to return some Halloween pictures I took of the girls that were in the back of that album. I was in fact, just a few seconds away from giving this girl her pictures back when the manager of the Brandon, Florida Hooters, Neil Krol, approached me. He explained his concerns and told me I wasn’t welcome back at that store while this girl was employed there. I naturally asked what girl and what album? He stated Hooters has a confidentiality policy and couldn’t tell me anything. Since I was a very regular customer I also asked how to determine when this girl has left and I could return? Neil went back to his office, gave me his card and the number of someone above him I could call. When he came back out I handed him the album I had with me that night, which it turns out, was the offending album, and asked him point blank if this was it. He looked at every picture and his response was, “You know what album I’m talking about””. With different girls in different albums I was left to guess. Now to the bombshell

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Address: one of those girls had posed for me several times in her uniform which she signed a release form on and was compensated for. No nudity

Website: stated that this was against company policy. You’re even suppose to keep your uniform covered when going into and out of work and when taking a smoke break. If this got out she would be fired on the spot. Knowing that

Phone: but of a very fetish nature with her locked in a set of stocks and in various stages of bondage with the store location on her shirt visible in many of the pictures. This album went to one nearby major fetish convention and one of those models

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