A 22-year-old Hooters waitress quit her job after allegedly receiving a racial slur from a White family that acted rudely throughout her service.
Elina Blackstock, a Japanese native, claimed that the family made fun of her while she served at the newly-opened restaurant in Wichita Falls, Texas on Sunday.
Sega Japan’s latest partnership announcement left many retro fans scratching their head and asking “WHY?!”
The iconic game publisher that brought Sonic the Hedgehog to the market is now teaming up with racy restaurant chain Hooters to promote the new upcoming game from the franchise, “Sonic Forces.”
American restaurant chain Hooters, known for its skimpily dressed female servers is about to open its first restaurant in Hong Kong. A month before its launch, however, the sports bar that bills itself as “delightfully tacky yet unrefined” is already attracting controversy.
Set to occupy a prime location in Hong Kong’s Central district along Wyndham Street, Hooters Hong Kong will be just one of the 30 branches that Bangkok-based Destinations Resorts will be bringing to Asia on behalf of Hooters Asia.
Tallywackers is offering restaurant-goers a new spin on Hooters by featuring an all-male waiting staff that sport short shorts and bulging muscles in skin-tight tank tops.