Originally posted from: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/LostAtEMinor/~3/WHqSJA46zT8/
Alexandre Callet recently applied for a loan to open up a second restaurant in Paris. It did not go well. He was denied the loan, and says the bankers he dealt with treated him ‘like a dog’.
So Callet decided to take matters into his own hands, placing a chalkboard outside of his restaurant, Les Ecuries de Richlieu, that read: ‘Dogs welcome, bankers banned (unless they pay an entry fee of €70,000)’.
If you haven’t worked it out yet, the banker entry fee is the amount he wanted to borrow.
Callet said his eatery is successful, so who knows if his ruthless plan will work.
‘I believe in reciprocity’, he said. ‘I had to respond. If you hit me, I’ll hit you. As so…