Offensive or truthful error? Misspelled name resembles racial sl

ST. PETERS, Mo. ( –

“To leave off a couple of letters is something, however to leave off one letter and include an “S, now that has a striking resemblance to something else,” stated Nigeria Hammond.Nigeria Hammond purchased food from Cecil Whittaker’s Pizzeria in Saint Peters last Monday.When it arrived, her name was misspelled, more closely resembling a racial slur. “Truthfully, I was appalled,”said Hammond.

“I didn’t want to consume, since if something like that can occur, there’s no informing what could’ve been done to my food. “Hammond took her food back and spoke to the manager.”The guy gazed at me blankly, asked where my food was sent out to, looked it up and provided me a refund,”stated Hammond. “There was no apology, or stating,’ Sorry, we didn’t suggest to upset you. ‘”Kurt Enger owns the Cecil Whittaker’s Pizzeria in St. Peters and stated he’s never been implicated of running a racist restaurant in over Thirty Years in the market.”When you leave my dining establishment, I want you to leave smiling,”said Enger.” That’s how I deal with

every consumer that comes through that door.”Enger told News 4 his staff explained the circumstance, and told him Hammond called during a hectic duration.”

The woman who took the phone order, is a straight-A high school student, “said Enger. “She’s a good girl who didn’t hear correctly on the phone.””I purchased my food at 9:37 pm and when i got to the facility at 10:30 pm it was empty,”stated Hammond.”

So, where could the error have been made? Especially because the individual said my name back and spelled it for me verbatim. “Enger told News 4 he acknowledged an apology must’ve been used, but not for any racial ramifications. Rather, because he thinks it

was genuinely a truthful mistake and saying sorry early might’ve prevented more issues. When a customer received this invoice, she felt it was a deliberate slur. The owner states it was an honest mistake in the spelling of her name. (Credit: KMOV)