“I want to make sure I have all the money I’ve got and that I’ve not been misled,” said Alice Glass, who works as an assistant to wine bar owner Alice Glass.
“I’d love to be 100 per cent honest with my customers, and I’m willing to take any kind of legal action if I have to.”
Alice Glass said she wanted to make clear she didn’t owe customers her glass.
“People ask me all the time, why don’t you just give me the money?” she said.
“If they have the money, they can pay for the glass.”
The pair say they’re happy to take legal action to recover lost money Alice Glass was contacted by The Australian Business Spectator in the lead-up to the coronavirus pandemic, and said she’d been receiving emails from customers who thought she’d broken the law.
“They thought it was my fault because I hadn’t asked them to take a glass out,” she said of the emails.
“But I’d rather have them pay for it.”
Alice says she would have taken her own glass out if she’d known she would be fined Alice Glass has spoken out about the risks and legal ramifications of drinking wine without a glass of wine in her glass and bottle, and has told the ABC she would like to have her money back.
“In this day and age, why do people still drink wine without glasses?” she asked.
“You get all these emails from people saying, ‘Oh my God, I’m so upset, I just lost money because I didn’t have a glass.'”
I think that’s very unfair to customers.
“Alice said she was also concerned about the impact of the coronas virus on the wine industry, and was surprised at how many Australians said they were unsure about whether they should have a wine in their glass.
“It’s not going to be safe.” “
My main concern is that people will not drink their wine and will have a really bad reaction,” she added.
“It’s not going to be safe.”
The ABC has contacted Alice’s management company and Alice for comment.