Oklahoma liquor store faced backlash over ‘offensive’ sign

Nowadays, people get offended by anything. Sometimes, they have all the right to be, but other times, they just exaggerate and act like attention-seekers. It is up to you to decide whether the people who got offended by these store signs were right or not.

A liquor store in Oklahoma, Midwest Wine, and Spirits, faced some backlash after they put up a sign which read: “Pull your pants up or don’t come in.

One of the customers, Sunshine Weatherby, said, “I can see that if it was like a church. There are families there, you might have a problem with that, but this is a liquor store. I’ve seen worse at a liquor store.” However, and employee mentioned that wearing low-hanging pants raised security concerns as well. “Usually, when people come in with their pants sagging, it’s easier for them to steal bottles,” she said.

Other stores faced similar backlash in the past because of their signs which many weren’t fond of because of one reason or another.

A store put up a sign saying they were closed because they were forced to fire both of their cashiers who happened to be teenagers so the owners were now looking for boomers instead of someone who belonged to the Generation Z. “News flash: All teenagers have always acted this way. It’s nothing new. Even the boomers when they were young,” a Reddit user commented. “Cracks me up that they think boomers would be less entitled than Gen-Z,” another added.