A man was refused entry to a bar because of his mule
The man was told the bar he had chosen had a ‘mullet-free policy’
A Perth woman has called a local radio station to share the story of how her son was turned away from a bar for wearing a mullet.
The mum, who was named Karen, recently contacted Radio Perth to express her anger at the situation while stressing that the hairdo was no shame and that her son was in fact “very proud of the mullet”.
Speaking to the station, Karen explained that her son had recently visited the Cottesloe Beach Hotel in Perth with friends, but was turned away by door staff and forced to move to a more welcoming location on his own. the mules.
“The mule is impressive, and he’s quite proud of the mule,” Karen told the station. “His hair is quite curly, so it’s quite thick.
“Although he did have a hat that afternoon, so I’m curious how they actually knew it was a mule hiding under there.”
While the youngster was refused entry, his buddies were first allowed into the resort despite Karen’s mule son being their designated driver for the evening.
“The irony is that he was actually the driver for the night. They went to the OBH [Ocean Beach Hotel]the line was too long, and maybe it’s not long at the Cottesloe Beach Hotel because, you know, they don’t let mules in.
She goes on to add, “They happened to come in – his buddies were going in front and the bouncer just stopped him and said, ‘Sorry, mate. We have a mule-free policy.”
“He had a little laugh and thought he was taking the mickey a bit – and you don’t have to laugh with some bouncers,” Karen explained, “and then he was told ‘No, actually, you are not welcome to Enter.’
“And so they all had to leave because he was a driver, and so they took their business to a more inclusive place.”
While site staff have since apologized to the man and his friends, it turns out his denied entry might have been the best. A few days later it was revealed that an outbreak of covid cases had been reported at the Cottesloe Beach Hotel – but luckily Karen’s sunshine was thankfully virus free.
His mother explained, “His mule saved him, because it saved him from not being able to work all week.”
While mother and son were able to come to grips with the situation, Karen was keen to stress that a haircut should in no way be an indicator of a person’s actions or personality, adding that the Cottesloe Beach Hotel had missed the opportunity. to welcome “some really lovely young guys to their venue that night”.