Cafe apologizes for Anne Frank joke about warmth wave
Restaurant apologizes for Anne Frank joke about warmth waveJack Birle
July 26, 08:43 PM July 26, 08:43 PM
A restaurant in Tiverton, Rhode Island, has apologized for a meme it posted on its Fb web page Friday that likened the suffering of Anne Frank and other victims of the Holocaust to the warmth wave a great deal of the place has experienced in the previous 7 days.
The Atlantic Bar and Grille posted a meme that showed a black-and-white graphic of Frank with the caption “It is hotter than an oven out there … and I need to know!” with a “#ohboy” hashtag.
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The staff who posted the meme did not acknowledge it was Frank in the meme and taken off the submit when they recognized who it was, in accordance to an ABC affiliate in Providence.
Frank was a Jewish female living in the Netherlands when the Nazis occupied the nation during Planet War II and subsequently commenced sending Jewish folks to focus camps. Frank hid with her household in a warehouse annex for around two a long time in advance of currently being caught and sent absent to a concentration camp, where she would die. Her diary was posted by her father following the war, telling of her time as a Jewish lady hiding throughout the Nazi occupation.
The restaurant posted an apology on its Facebook page Monday, according to the Newport Each day Information.
“The article was improperly assumed out and we recognize that it was incredibly inappropriate and does not reflect our values as customers of our community. There is no justification for the sharing of this write-up, and there is almost nothing we can do to rectify it, all we can do now is offer you our deepest apology to those people who have been rightfully harm by our actions,” the assertion said.
The restaurant’s Fb web site appears to have been disabled and is now inaccessible.