Mitcham Hungry Jack prohibits Unley Highschool students because of alleged incident

Hungry Jack & # 39; s store bans an entire school after a student has a customer & # 39; revulses & # 39;

  • Hungry Jack & # 39; s in Mitcham, in Adelaide, banned public high school students
  • Keep taped posters in the registers and the window with the text that it refused to serve them
  • Unley High School director Greg Rolton said he had talked to the store
  • He said there was an incident between a student and a customer
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The shop of a Hungry Jack has banned students from a prestigious high school after one of his students has taunted a customer.

Posters were stuck on the registers in the Mitcham store in Adelaide and said that the fast food restaurant no longer served Unley High School students.

& # 39; Unley students are banned. Apologies for the inconvenience, & # 39; it said on the board.

Principal Greg Rolton told Daily Mail Australia that he was only aware of the ban once a photo started to circulate from the store on social media.

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The shop of a Hungry Jack refused to serve students of one of the largest public high schools in South Australia

The shop of a Hungry Jack refused to serve students of one of the largest public high schools in South Australia

Posters were stuck on the registers in the Mitcham store in Adelaide and said that the fast food restaurant no longer served Unley High School students at the weekend

Posters were stuck on the registers in the Mitcham store in Adelaide and said that the fast food restaurant no longer served Unley High School students at the weekend

Posters were stuck on the registers in the Mitcham store in Adelaide and said that the fast food restaurant no longer served Unley High School students at the weekend

He said that after talking to the store, it became clearer why the ban was introduced.

& # 39; One of the students would have been rude to a customer, & # 39; he said.

& # 39; At this stage I am aware that it is teasing a customer. That is what we have been told.

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& # 39; The school contacts the manager who will provide us with footage of the incident. & # 39;

According to Mr. Rolton, the incident happened sometime during the weekend and the ban was lifted somewhere around that time.

& # 39; As far as I understand, the young assistant manager has hung up the board without the knowledge of Hungry Jack.

& # 39; The Instagram post went out last night and the Hungry Jack management responded quickly because it is not the way they do business. & # 39;

The plates have since been removed and the ban has been lifted.

Unley High School (photo) director Greg Rolton told Daily Mail Australia that he was only aware of the ban once a photo from the store started circulating on social media
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Unley High School (photo) director Greg Rolton told Daily Mail Australia that he was only aware of the ban once a photo from the store started circulating on social media

Unley High School (photo) director Greg Rolton told Daily Mail Australia that he was only aware of the ban once a photo from the store started circulating on social media

Mr. Rolton said he would wait to see the footage of the incident before following up on any disciplinary action.

& # 39; We will of course support the community and contact the student and parents. We don't know which student it was at this stage, although it looks like it was one of our younger ones, & he said.

Hungry Jack & # 39; s told Daily Mail Australia that it was in communication with the school.

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& # 39; Hungry Jack & # 39; s maintains contacts with Unley High School as a result of unmanageable behavior by his students in the Mitcham restaurant.

& # 39; The case is now being handled by the school. & # 39;

Daily Mail Australia contacted Hungry Jack & # 39; s for comment (stock image)

Daily Mail Australia contacted Hungry Jack & # 39; s for comment (stock image)

Daily Mail Australia contacted Hungry Jack & # 39; s for comment (stock image)

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