Believe it or not there are a lot of people who like to eat in hospital cafeterias for one reason or another.
Carey Clay is one of those people.
He says eating at one particular local hospital was a daily routine until last week.
Clay says he along with others would stop in the cafeteria to grab breakfast because of its convenience
to his bus route that he takes to work.
But all of that changed last week when Clay says he was officially banned from the hospital’s dinning hall.
Clay says he was told the cafeteria is for those who are patients, visiting, or working at the hospital.
Clay says he was escorted out of the building for violating a policy he didn’t know about even before he was able to get his french toast.
The Houstonian says he was told by security officers at the hospital not to return.
He also says his picture was taken and likely posted for any future possible trespassing.
Clay, who is very angry and embarassed by the encounter, says he feels like the victim of discrimination.
I’ve placed calls to the hospital in hopes of getting a response before I release the name.
What do you think about the hospital’s policy not to allow the public to eat in the dinning hall if you’re there taking care of business?