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Pubgoer stunned by hotel’s strict rule about headwear – this is the reason it’s enforced

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Lachlan Carter (pictured) was stunned when a security guard told him to tip his hat just as he was about to enter a pub.

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A pub visitor was left stunned after a security guard told him to put his cap on backwards, and the hotel said the bizarre rule is in place to help keep customers safe.

Lachlan Carter and his partner were heading to the Osbourne Hotel in Brisbane last month when he was stopped by a security guard outside the pub.

Mr. Carter was surprised when the guard said, “Sorry buddy, you can only wear your hat backwards here.”

He later took to TikTok to upload a video about the strange incident, saying he didn’t know “this was a real rule.”

Lachlan Carter (pictured) was stunned when a security guard told him to tip his hat just as he was about to enter a pub.

Lachlan Carter (pictured) was stunned when a security guard told him to tip his hat just as he was about to enter a pub.

The short clip shows Mr Carter pointing at his cap and turning his head to the side to show that he had turned it back as instructed.

Several social media users commented on Carter’s post, explaining that some rule is in place to protect customers and staff.

“It’s a rule in many places in case something happens and they need (CCTV) images and the spikes covering (your) face,” said one user.

Carter said the security guard gave him the same reason.

‘That’s what he (the security guard) told me. β€œIt is the first time it has happened,” he stated.

Hotel marketing director Osbourne said the rule was introduced to protect customers.

Carter and his partner were visiting the Osbourne Hotel (pictured) last month when he was told about the strange rule in place to protect guests.

Carter and his partner were visiting the Osbourne Hotel (pictured) last month when he was told about the strange rule in place to protect guests.

Carter and his partner were visiting the Osbourne Hotel (pictured) last month when he was told about the strange rule in place to protect guests.

‘It’s a standard requirement. “It’s for the safety of our customers so that if there is any security incident we can easily identify everyone,” the manager said. Yahoo.

Customers visiting the pub after 7pm must also wear casual clothing and will not be allowed to enter the venue if they are wearing thongs, tank tops and high visibility clothing.

Several pubs and restaurants require customers to remove their caps before entering.

The rule applies to identify customers if security at venues needs to review CCTV footage in an attempt to recognize customers due to an incident.

Daily Mail Australia has contacted the Osbourne Hotel for further comment.

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