Restaurant closes for 'day of kindness' after customers disrespect staff

The owners of Brewster-based Apt Cape Cod decided to shut down for a “day of kindness” after a slew of customers apparently mistreated its staff, cursed and demanded take orders before the restaurant even opened for business. 

“There were a few incidents that were so horrendous – the cursing and not being understanding of our short staff and limited menu – we had someone call in at 6:30 a.m. before we even open demand take out saying, ‘I’m going to come in, and you’re going to serve me,” Emilia Povero, a manager at Apt Cade Cod told FOX News. “That was the straw that broke the camel’s back. Our staff doesn’t need to deal with this.” 

Brewster, Massachusetts-based restaurant Apt Cape Cod decided to shut down for a "day of kindness" after a slew of customers mistreated its staff. (iStock)

Brewster, Massachusetts-based restaurant Apt Cape Cod decided to shut down for a “day of kindness” after a slew of customers mistreated its staff. (iStock)

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