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James Corden after being turned away by restaurateur: 'I did nothing wrong'

James Corden after being turned away by restaurateur: ‘I did nothing wrong’

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British comedian James Corden has responded for the first time to the uproar that erupted after visiting a restaurant. He was going to behave rudely with the service, after which the employer decided that the guy was no longer welcome.

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“I didn’t do anything wrong. I feel very comfortable about it because I think it’s a stupid situation,” the talk show host told the American newspaper. The New York Times. He then states that such incidents often occur in a catering establishment.

The issue came to light when restaurateur Keith McNally shared on Instagram that he never had such a rude guest as Corden in his restaurant. At their lunch, order an egg yolk omelet with Gruyere cheese and a salad. A few minutes after Corden and his wife got their food, he called the waitress again. He told her that a little of the egg white was mixed with the yolk. McNally wrote on Instagram that the kitchen remade the dish, but sent the fries instead of the salad with the dish.

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When Corden got his second course, Corden started screaming. “You can’t do your job! Maybe I should go into the kitchen and make the omelette myself!” The manager apologized and the plate was replenished. Corden and his wife were offered champagne to calm things down, but the man continued to do business with the waitress, according to the owner.

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Then the comedian apologized. “Call me to say sorry,” McNally wrote on Instagram. Welcome back Corden. “I believe in giving a second chance.”

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But the interview in The New York Times The owner is angry again, who does not like Cordon’s denial that he has done anything wrong. “Is he maybe laughing about it, or is James Cordon just denying that he didn’t treat my staff properly? I’d rather he tell the truth. If he apologized to the waitresses, he could eat here for free for ten years.”

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