The UK does not want 'Hooters'. It is a retrograde step for a country dedicated to gender equality

Tuesday, 19 October 2010

A question to the councillors who voted this in

Dear members of the licensing sub-committee

We would really like your view - a dialogue if you will - on the following small selection of comments about Hooters (a place that you voted in!):

"I cannot wait for bitches with big tits to seve me food and beer."
Mike1233 who joined Mumsnet to post this 

"I think it's great that girls with nice enowments can serve me a beer.. And when they do, I'll be taking a long hard look at them..
I'm sure they understand the purpose of their role within such an establishment"
Robert, Bristol on the Bristol Evening Post website

"Hooters is a disgrace...
They don't get nearly naked enough. Try 'janglies' in Swindon - awesome clunge and three-for-one drinks on Tuesdays "
A "friend" of a friend on Facebook

"Look at the fun bags on them!"
Paul, Bristol on the Bristol Evening Post website

"I am hoping to get a quick one behind the bins at closing time, yay for hooters."
Dave, Bristol on the Bristol Evening Post website

"Quite simple really - if prudish, dungaree wearing lesbians don't like the idea of being served run-of-the-mill burgers by attractive, mini-skirted young ladies, then they can eat their lentils and humous elsewhere and leave the rest of us to get on with enjoying ourselves."
Paul, Bristol on the Bristol Evening Post website

"I think what the feminist faction of this city fail to see is that this is a theme pun and not aimed to be derogatory to women in any way."
Neutral, Bristol on the Bristol Evening Post website  

"We shall be holding Hyde CID's Christmas bash at this place if the birds that serve the nosh are fit. We don't want to be told what to do or where to go by a bunch of dungaree-wearing, pug-ugly feminists and limp-wristed 'Right on, Man, oooh, I'm sooo down with the wimmin, sisters' ponces."
'DCI Gene Hunt' on the Bristol Evening Post website
By the way, could you also share why you voted unanimously to not grant a late night alcohol licence to a shop in Southmead (not in a cumulative zone and there were no police objections) but you voted unanimously in favour of a "breastaurant" in a cumulative impact zone with strong police objections to the application?

We look forward to hearing from you!

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