What do people leave bad restaurant reviews for? Many reasons may be to blame, some legit, some not so much. But one guy who “really enjoyed the food and service” got upset about something entirely different. It turns out, his waiter’s shirt, which read “hi. don’t be racist. thanks.” was enough to write a negative review for “employee’s ideology plastered on the shirt.”

As one would expect, people on the internet weren’t buying it. After the Chowder House employee named Bryan shared the incident on Twitter, the story blew up with 18.1K retweets and 101.9K likes. Folks “couldn’t even” over the absurd complaint and everyone seemed to show their support to Bryan.

But nobody foresaw what happened next. The restaurant owner added a bunch of items to the basket, and you can guess which one it was.

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This is the review the upset client left on the restaurant’s Facebook page

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And this is the shirt that got the restaurant the negative review

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In the wake of Black Lives Matter, more and more people are stepping in to voice out against racial injustice. And for those who can’t take to the streets, getting a humble graphic shirt is a way of showing your commitment without uttering a single word. The “de facto mobile billboards of our era,” the shirts are a great way to donate to charity and anti-racist organizations. Take a look at the selections picked up by Esquire and High Snobiety.

Bored Panda also spoke to the team behind “Shop Mia Wallace”, an online boutique that specializes in slogan t-shirts, about their view on this whole situation. “We would like to point out that we support Bryant to the fullest on what he has been through,” they said.

“As a small but emerging establishment, our official stand regarding this message is well reflected on our merchandise. We believe that the world will be a better place if we acknowledge and respect each other as human beings and spread the message of love into our lives,” the boutique commented.

These days, “being vocal about our views and exercising freedom of speech is more important than ever” because of the growing tendencies of discrimination in our world.

The restaurant owners responded by adding a bunch of these shirts to their baskets

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Another excellent way to support Black Lives Matter and help people of color is to make use of this list of books, movies, documentaries, and podcasts we wrote about earlier. Betsy Faulkner, the woman behind the idea, told Bored Panda that she never expected her poster list to go viral. “While I was aware it would be a useful resource, I assumed it would stay among my friends and followers, but instead, it has reached a much wider audience. Even actress Susan Sarandon!“ Read about her project and tune in for the rest of the interview right here.

People on the internet couldn’t help but to get in on it

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Others were more serious about trolling the guy

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And this is what people had to say about this whole incident