If there’s one thing BBM hates more than racism it’s Americans. Kidding (no we’re not).
An Arab waiter at the Waldorf-Astoria is causing a bit of a scene after claiming that he was forced to wear different name tags to work to make sure guests weren’t scared by being served by someone named Mohamed.
And just to make it more clear this all started on September 13, 2001. Coincidence?
Mohamed, who has worked for the company since 1984, was made to wear name tags such as John, Hector and Edgar. He’s now planning to sue.
“And if that doesn’t work I’ll just fly my plane into their hotel,” he promised.