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This Steakhouse Has a No-Tie Policy

(Photo: DebMomof3)

Classy restaurants often have dress codes and the Pinnacle Peak Patio Steakhouse & Brewery in Scottsdale, Arizona is no exception. You can't get in with a necktie. If you wear a necktie inside, a restaurant employee will cut it off. And the ceiling is decorated with trophies captured from offending patrons.

According to the official history, the original owner was displeased when a business executive wore a necktie in the restaurant. He told the diner to take it off. When he refused, the owner cut it off with a butcher knife. Since then, the staff has cut over a million neckties from poorly-dressed patrons. You can see more photos of its massive collection of severed neckties at Amusing Planet.

My church has an informal atmosphere. Few men wear ties to services. During the brief period in which I was head usher, I suggested that ushers carry a pair of scissors to cut the ties off of any men who come to Sunday services wearing one.
. . . did I mention that I was head usher for only a short time?
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