2 Chinese diners refuse to pay restaurant bill after being allegedly angered by US national anthem
Two Chinese men reportedly left a California restaurant without paying because a group of Chinese-American diners sang "The Star-Spangled Banner" during an event.
What Happened: The incident occurred in a Chinese restaurant in Los Angeles on October 13, according to the World Journal. The two men entered the restaurant around 7 p.m. and left without paying 20 minutes later.
According to the waitress one of the men spoke to, they were upset when a group in the restaurant identified as Chinese Americans started singing the U.S. national anthem during a fundraiser for Mike Fong. Fong is running for MP in California's 49th Assembly District.
"The Chinese who sing the American national anthem are so angry that we won't pay that bill," the man allegedly said. They reportedly ordered $ 100 worth of groceries.
Although they refused to pay for their food, the restaurant owner doubted from the start that this was their intention, as the two men he described as incomprehensible behavior had barely touched their food before leaving.
The owner also asked why the men went to the US even though they hated the country. He was also confused about why they "endure trouble and look for anger" in the US.
"These Chinese are all American citizens who have been naturalized in the United States. If they can't sing the American national anthem, what can they sing?" said the owner.
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