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TOSHA complaint on guns in restaurants


. . . a server has filed a TOSHA complaint that argues it’s unsafe for bars not to post 1359 signage, because “an employer has a duty to protect and safeguard employees against recognized hazards to human health, safety and life.”

And bonus:

According to the complaint, the server has seen handguns carried into the restaurant and patrons forcefully ejected from the property.

And no shoot outs?

4 Responses to “TOSHA complaint on guns in restaurants”

  1. Chrispy Says:

    What about knives in restaurants? Those can be dangerous too!

  2. Lergnom Says:

    ‘Forcefully’ ejected? Cite, please.

  3. Bubblehead Les Says:

    Let’s not forget those Beer Bottles that can be broken over someone’s head, or the Ultra Deadly Tabasco Sauce in the Eyes! Hope they get robbed and shoved into a cooler by a pack of Gang Bangers because their Restaurant is a “Gun-Free Zone”.

  4. mikee Says:

    The exact same argument could be made for an employee requesting permission from an employer to carry a concealed handgun at work.

    Odd, isn’t it, that one argument is objectively right and the other is objectively wrong, despite the subjective opinion of the server bringing the complaint?