Kansas City Restaurant Owner Tells Female Reporter "I Would Love To See My Meat In Your Mouth"

You know what women going about their work day just love? To hear some guy say "I would love to see my meat in your mouth." Because that isn't gross or inappropriate at all, right? Unfortunately, that's exactly what a restaurant owner in Kansas City said to a female reporter doing a story on his World Series promotion. Keep it classy, Kansas City!

It all started when the Westport Flea Market Bar & Grill decided to celebrate the Kansas City Royals' great post-season performance by lowering their prices back to what they would have been in 1985, the last time the Royals won the World Series. But when a local news crew came to do a story on the promotion, the owner, Joe Zwillenberg, decided to use the opportunity to dish out some sexual harassment on camera.

The reporter, Courtenay DeHoff, laughs the comment off and plays along as best she can because she is clearly a professional. DeHoff stays composed and finishes the segment, despite the fact that everything just got very uncomfortable for her, the audience, and just about everyone except for the oblivious owner whose smarmy grin is just begging to be slapped off his face.

So the next time someone tries to tell you sexual harassment isn't real and that no one would dare make inappropriate sexual comments to a professional woman, just show them this clip and remind them that there are men willing to do that while being filmed by a news crew.


I shudder to think the kinds of things he says to his female employees when the cameras aren't around.

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