Couple ‘had sex in men’s bathroom’ at exclusive New York restaurant Balthazar and left WEDDING RING behind: Owner Keith McNally says lost and found for them!
- Balthazar owner Keith McNally claims the pair had sex in the men’s room
- They left behind the wedding ring and ran away before the workers caught up with them
- McNally claims the ring was lost and found and is waiting for its owners to claim it
- He previously said that 80% of Instagram posts are lies, “including himself.”
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Business staff New York City restaurant is looking for a couple who left their wedding ring behind after having sex in the bathroom over the weekend.
Balthazar owner Keith McNally raved Instagram Monday’s post details how the couple used the men’s room as a personal sexual oasis during the long holiday weekend.
McNally claimed that the workers fled without a chance to catch them in the act. But in their haste, the wedding ring was left on the floor of the toilet.
Now social network users are wondering who the adventurous lovers are and whether they are married to each other.
Balthazar owner Keith McNally took to Instagram on Monday to reveal how a couple used the men’s room at a fancy NYC restaurant as a private sexual oasis over the Fourth of July weekend.
McNally claimed that the workers fled without a chance to catch them in the act. But in their haste, the wedding ring was left on the floor of the toilet
McNally claims that restaurant manager Zouheir Louhaichy told him about the encounter in a note describing what happened at the SoHo hotspot over Independence Day weekend.
“We have an alleged report of a couple having sex in one of the men’s stalls below,” Louhaichy wrote.
“But when I asked Greg, the floor manager, to rush down and check what was going on, the pair were nowhere to be found and they remained a mystery.”
“But oddly enough, Greg found a small wedding ring on the bathroom floor,” she said.
Louhaichy said the ring was lost and found at the restaurant. McNally said Page six on Tuesday, the couple had not yet returned to collect the ring.
McNally claims the couple had sex in the bathroom before leaving behind their wedding rings and running away. The ring has since been lost and found
New York restaurateur Keith McNally (pictured) previously warned that “80 percent of Instagram posts are lies,” including his own.
Meanwhile, the internet is loving McNally’s post, with Instagram user Erica Forstadt claiming it “might just be my favorite yet.”
“I love a good story,” said Shari Applebaum. Others used humorous expressions mocking the couple.
‘F**k. So that’s where my mum went…’ joked fashion designer FE Castleberry.
“Well, where’s the ring?” Amy Hinkler asked. “I’m sure someone can recognize the hand it belongs to.”
‘Sex, booze and rock’n’roll…couldn’t ask for more!!’ James Dickerman wrote. Sadie Stein added: ‘So who beat up the couple in the bathroom in the first place?!’
The couple’s sexual escapades weren’t the only case of mayhem workers encountered over the weekend.
Louhaichy told McNally that they had to “cut off” a woman at the bar who was “obviously drunk.”
“He was swaying and two other ladies at the bar grabbed him to help keep him upright,” he recalled.
“He threatened to call his lawyer, then, as he was leaving, he looked toward the stand and said to me, ‘I’d like to be escorted, **hole!’
The manager said that the drunken woman had been removed from Balthazar on the previous visit as well.
Despite a few unpleasant incidents, Louhaichy claimed it was a successful weekend for the enterprise. They served 480 dinners and many customers made ‘happy comments about the food and service’.
McNally’s Instagram posts have been popularized by some users claiming that there is “a novel in every post” and that the stories should be used to “make a series for Netflix”.
However, the eccentric restaurateur warned that most social media posts, including his own, were completely false.
“80 percent of Instagram posts are lies,” he said The Wall Street Journal last month.
“People post stories and photos of how they want to be seen by others, not how they actually are. Mine is included. But at least I recognize it and try to change it.
It’s unclear how factual McNally’s post about toilet lovers is, but the internet is dying to believe the story is true.
Keith McNally used Instagram to post his social commentary
New York restaurateur Keith McNally is famous for making some outrageous statements on his Instagram page.
He came under fire in March after making an odd rant against British restaurant critics and claiming he was “buying” the reviews when he opened Balthazar in London.
In an addressable attack his Instagram pagehe said ‘four or five London Restaurant critics have so much power, like Putin, that people who distract from cooking and serving food are less afraid to find fault with them.
He lashed out at Evening Standard and Tatler food critic Fay Maschler, claiming she only gave his restaurant a “fabulous” review because they were good friends.
He also claimed that the owner of Italian restaurant Brutto “benefited greatly” from his friendship with Sunday Times restaurant critic Marina O’Loughlin.
In a scathing attack on his Instagram page, he said: “Four or five of London’s restaurant critics have so much Putin-like power that people who deny cooking and serving food are less afraid to find fault in public.” with them’ and the owner of the Italian restaurant Brutto’ said he benefited greatly from his friendship with the Sunday Times’ restaurant critic Marina O’Loughlin.
Last November, McNally used Instagram to revoke real estate millionaire Michael Shvo’s VIP status at his restaurants after an incident of misconduct.
The Baltazar official claimed that Shvo sat at the restaurant’s best table without consulting the restaurant staff.
Shvo later rebuffed attempts by staff to check him in and reseat him, saying, “he always has a booth.”
‘F. how arrogant!’ McNally said at the time, adding that Shaw’s “obnoxious, self-righteous behavior is the height of arrogance.”
McNally then begged the Balthazar staff, “Please shred Mr. Shaw’s AA status.”
Shameless businessman Michael Shvo (pictured third from left, with wife Serene) is known to frequent the boroughs’ most prominent eateries, including Wall Street chic Cipriani and McNally Balthazar’s. Here he is accompanied by his wife Margot Adams (far left) and famous New York publisher Jason Binn.
McNally issued a scathing statement on social media on Sunday evening after learning that millionaire tycoon Michael Shvo had arrived at the establishment at one o’clock to make a reservation but did not wait to be seated.
In August 2021, McNally denounced the public pressure that led to Gov. Andrew Cuomo‘s resignation, claiming the governor’s actions were inconsistent with other high-profile sexual abuse cases.
In an Instagram post, Keith McNally mockingly congratulated the ‘self-righteous hypocrites’ who want the governor’s ‘head on a plate’.
“Of course I don’t think sexual harassment is good. But I hope that one of my three daughters will have the strength to deal with it on the spot without becoming a victim,” McNally said.
‘We’re not talking about af ***** Rapist Harvey Weinstein. According to the state attorney general’s investigation… .it is about someone who engaged in unpleasant and objectionable behavior by making numerous offensive and sexually offensive comments.
‘If he did this to one of my daughters, I hope they would just say, ‘F*** OFF’ and be done with it.
McNally is known for his colorful comments on Instagram between photos of his restaurants
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