He didn’t want to pay for his drink
Alan Way, a former bachelor, flies out of a Zurich nightclub
Bachelor 2020 Alan Wei was accompanied by security personnel from FC Zurich-Borpur. Rosenkavalier got the wrong drink for which he didn’t want to pay, Wey says to Blake.
He and his friends were kicked out of Club Purpur in Zurich because Wey refused to pay for his drink.
“I felt completely miserable and treated so disrespectfully,” former bachelor Alan Wei, 36, said in an interview with Blake. Blake received information from a journalist reader that the reality TV participant was escorted by security personnel from the Porpur Club in Zurich early Sunday morning. This is because he didn’t want to pay for a caipirinha.
Wai denies the allegations. “I ordered a drink and got something completely different,” he says. The drink was very sweet and was not made with the usual cane liqueur, but with rum.
The drink suddenly became much more expensive
“I told the waiter that I didn’t order it that way and that the caipirinha didn’t taste the same. Then I told him to make me drink again.” Wei continued that the club employee ignored him and left.
The 2020 Bachelor then refused to pay for the drink. “Then the bartender went to the security staff, who told me to leave the bar and escorted me out. Kicked out, you might say. My colleague and his girlfriend who were also traveling with me obliged.”
The waiter is at the wrong job
“I have nothing against purple,” says Alan Way, “but the bartender over there is in the wrong place. He was rude and unprofessional. I think if you can’t get a drink right, you shouldn’t serve it to guests.”
At the request of Blick im Purpur Zurich, the general manager said that neither the bar association nor the security staff knew of such an incident. (grb)
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