By Bhvishya Patel For Mailonline
Published: 18:53 BST, 4 May 2021 | Updated: 18:53 BST, 4 May 2021
A pub that was forced to shut its venue less than three weeks after it was allowed to reopen under the coronavirus roadmap has taken fire at its rule-breaking '****head' customers and 'keyboard warriors'.
The Noah's, in Hartshill, Stoke, blasted its customers in a note on its front door after it was forced to shut its doors on Friday.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
The owners of the pub penned the note after at least one person complained on social media about the running of the venue and another punter reported a 'massive fight' breaking out over the previous weekend.
In its message, the pub's owners wrote: 'Sorry, we are closed until further notice... bye, for now. We apologise for any inconvenience.
The Noah's, in Hartshill, Stoke, has blasted its rule-breaking '****head' customers and 'keyboard warriors' after it was was forced to shut its venue on Friday
'We would like to (sarcastically) thank all the '****heads' that did not follow the rules and the keyboard warriors writing nonsense on social media. Your actions have cost the jobs of 15 people and closed a well-established local business.
'But we sincerely thank our regulars, good friends and those loyal, respectful customers that have supported us following the rules and being awesome. We will be