Chipotle has shot on the manager of one of St. Paul's places after having a film to show a genetic stereotyping event that has been made on social media.
Masud Ali, 21, a video on Thursday spoke to show himself and his friends; trying to provide a service at 867 Grand Avenue Chipotle after they went to the athlete.
Start a video, which has been shown over half a million times from Ali upload it to Twitter, showing the manager telling the group: "You paid if you have money when you come in here."
"Indeed, we're making us stereotyping," one of Ali's relatives tells the staff, "what is that reason?"
Loi Ali has many videos that show their interaction, and they are recommends that the manager put the people together with others in the restaurant in a previous night and could not pay for their food.
"So, Chipotle will sit here and tell me I can not eat it because they think I'm looking like someone who has stolen beforehand" Tweeted Ali.
The manager will complain to other customers how the bankruptcy broke out; continued, with the men who showed money to her then to prove that their methods were to pay. They have not yet received a service.
Chipotle responded to Ali's tweet to confirm that the manager questioned had been "finished."
In another statement to BMTN, Chipotle spokesman said: "We are committed to dealing fairly with our customers fairly and with respect. In terms of what happened at St. Paul's Restaurant, The manager believes that those buyers are those nobility since God March They can not pay for their food.
"However, this is not how we deal with our customers and as a result, the manager has come to an end and the restaurant is re- designed to make sure something like this does not happen again. "
Here is the first video posted by Ali (warning – which includes invasion language).
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On Saturday afternoon, Bring Me Chipotle was once again informing News, who put forward a number of thweets made by Masud Ali, in which he mentions more than once for a "dinner and dash ".
The tweets go back to 2015 and early in 2016, and recent examples have not yet been posted; refers to their use.
Chipotle told BMTN that it was not changed due to the tweets.
We have also reached Ali for commenting.