Hulk Hogan's Restaurant Blasted For It's Dress Code For Customers

Monday, September 29, 2014

Photo Credit: TMZ

Hogan's Beach owned by former wrestler Hulk Hogan and located in Tampa Florida has come under attack for its dress code which might actually be the first of its kind in America. 

It boasts a dress code much more specific and restrictive than most restaurants – although it doesn’t seem that way at first. The dress code guidelines actually begin quite innocently:
NO EXCEPTIONS: Shirts and Shoes are required upon entering any indoor area of the restaurant or hotel. Please do not enter the dining room or hotel area without appropriate clothing and footwear or you will be asked to leave the premises.
Most restaurants and customers would agree that this is completely reasonable — no shirt, no shoes, no service. Then things start to get interesting 

The following dress code shall be strictly enforced:
NO Plain White T-Shirts (or otherwise oversized t-shirts extending past the mid-thigh)
NO Attire Containing Profanity (or otherwise deemed to be offensive by management)
NO Sports or Sleeveless Jerseys
NO Excessively Baggy Attire
NO Low hanging pants or shorts (pants or shorts must be worn at the waist)
NO hats, caps or visors worn sideways or back facing (hats must be worn fully forward facing at all times)
NO Do-Rags, Skullcaps or Bandanas
NO Torn or Soiled Clothing
NO Workboots.
NO oversized or excessive jewelry
Here’s a photo of this puzzling list:



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