Comedian and talk show presenter James Corden has temporarily kicked out of a New York City restaurant. Reportedly, Balthazar restaurant owner Keith McNally reprimanded the late-night James Corden for allegedly abusive behavior while dining at his establishment.
McNally said, “James Corden is a Hugely brilliant comedian but a little Cretin of a man. To top it all off, he was the most verbally aggressive patron I’ve had in 25 years of running Balthazar. I didn’t feel like dealing with Corden today, so I gave him the old 86. I didn’t find that funny either.”
In his next paragraph, he detailed Corden’s funny man’s treatment of my workers during two trips to his restaurant. He claimed that James Corden had displayed a similar attitude and abusive behavior at McNally’s prior cafe, Cafe Luxembourg.
McNally further claimed that Corden had complained about his wife’s cooking earlier this month. A claim made by McNally reads, “That’s when James Corden started ranting like crazy to the server, ‘You can’t do your job. You’re not up to snuff. There’s a good chance I’ll have to make my own omelet, so I may as well head into the kitchen and get started.”
When McNally finally finished writing about the ban some hours later, he stated that Corden had apologized to him. He captioned a photo of Corden on Instagram with, “James Corden just phoned me and apologized sincerely. After having messed up more than the average person, I am a firm believer in second chances.”
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