Greenwich Oyster Bar Owner Sends Customer Threatening, Sexually Explicit Message After Negative Review On Facebook
David Spaziano is a Warwick resident and the owner of the Greenwich Oyster Bar in East Greenwich, RI.
A customer recently ate dinner there, wasn’t pleased with the experience, and tagged them in a post voicing his displeasure.
He claims that he called them ahead of time to see if he could bring their service dog to the restaurant before making a reservation, and was told that this was permissible. However, David Spaziano evidently did not hear this and allegedly confronted the customer loudly while they were dining and demanded medical documentation.
Normally I don’t get involved in stories like this, especially when it involves someone’s business. Often times there’s more to the story and you hate to see people get smeared when you don’t know what actually happened. But Spaziano’s reply in a private DM to the customer pretty much confirmed to me that the review was credible.
“Suck my big fat Italian c*** you c***.”
When your business practices make Allie’s Donuts look like a well run organization, you should probably reconsider the way you speak to customers. Unless you’re the Soup Nazi, and you make a product that is so outstanding and unique that it cannot be replicated, it’s often best not to tell your customers to felate your genitals. And if you do go there, try not to order the Italian cock soup before your meal, because it’s REALLY filling.
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