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Detroit restaurant says guests who smell like marijuana aren’t welcome

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This dress code apparently contains “smells”.

A Michigan restaurant announces that “proper clothing” requirements include certain restrictions on “smells”, particularly those of the marijuana type.

The Detroit Caucus Club recently reiterated its dress code on Facebook and found no doubt that the “smell” of marijuana is undesirable in business.

“Seriously, people, hoodies and jerseys are not business attire. Neither are ball caps and sneakers. Most importantly, if you smell like marijuana, don’t even think about entering the caucus club,” the message said.

Along with the post, the caucus club included a text-filled image outlining his “proper clothing”. It says: “Business casual in the minimum clothing that should be observed when dining in the Caucus Club. Please note that strong” smells are unacceptable. Thanks. “

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A representative from the caucus club was not immediately available to confirm an eventual incident that prompted the Facebook post earlier this week.

Restaurant owner George Sboukis explained the post to Fox 2 Detroit, saying, “It was a souvenir with a little sauce just to get people’s attention. I mean no harm.”

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Many users on Facebook seemed to appreciate the post. One user wrote, “Maybe marijuana users don’t know how bad it smells. And when I walk into a high-end restaurant I get dressed. It’s part of the overall experience for me. And I don’t want to sit.” next to the stench of weeds. “

Another user added, “I love that! Good for you if you set a standard that needs to be set.”

Not everyone was amused, however. One person complained, “Who is talking to their clientele like this? You couldn’t at least have phrased it a little more professionally?”

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In the past few days, the Caucus Club has reiterated its unacceptable “smell” policy on Facebook, even posting a video of controversial Looney Tunes character Pepe Le Pew.

“If you think smelling like skunk is cute, you’re the one out of touch,” the restaurant wrote.

In the state of Michigan, recreational marijuana use is legal for people 21 and older, The Hill reports. However, smoking is still prohibited in public places.

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