The new Playboy Club of New York fires half of its Bunnies and slashes because of their & # 39; poor serving skills & # 39;
- The Playboy Club of New York is said to have suffered from a lack of real waitresses
- New club opened in September had to fire half of their rabbits, it is claimed
- Bunnies are said to have lowered their salary from $ 40 to $ 25 per hour
- Waiters were brought in to take up the slack left by the unqualified women
The new Playboy Club of New York shot off half of their Bunnies and cut their salary on a lack of skills as a waitress, an insider has revealed.
The new Manhattan nightclub in New York opened in September and hired a group of stiff couples who had to wait for tables.
But despite how well they looked in their black corsets and rabbit ears, it was claimed that half of them were shot at because of their inability to serve.
A source told the New York Post: & # 39; The service has been so bad that new management needed to be deployed and they fired half of the rabbit staff. & # 39;
Playboy Bunnies wear champagne trays during the grand opening of the Playboy Club in New York last September
A Playboy Bunny wears a cuff band with the company logo during the grand opening of the Playboy Club in New York
The club has reportedly halved the number of rabbits and hired waiters to accommodate the slack.
There are still some women dressed as glamorous rabbits, but their salaries have been reduced from $ 40 to $ 25 per hour and their job descriptions have been updated, the Post reported.
& # 39; They have been stripped of their duty to wait on tables because they cannot provide service & # 39 ;, a source told the newspaper and added: & # 39; Rabbits can now only drink a drink. & # 39;
The Playboy Club said they & # 39; were committed to creating a great experience for [its] growing number of members and dinner guests, but also a great place to work for all our employees. & # 39;
Playboy boss Hugh Hefner with a group of rabbits at the grand opening of the Playboy Hotel Casino in 1981 in Atlantic City, New Jersey
The club brought the original New York Playboy Club back to life after it closed its doors in 1986.
The original was opened in 1968 and provided employees – including Debbie Harry and Lauren Hutton – with a guide on how to behave.
The rules for Bunnies do not include dating members or other employees, keeping the tail neatly attached and not eating or drinking for members.