There is a new contender for the title of world’s unluckiest restaurant.

The administration of The Hornet in Denver, Colo., says nobody was injured when a automotive plowed into the eatery within the early hours of Dec. 1, marking the third time this yr that this precise factor has occurred.

“No actually… not a drive-thru,” the restaurant reiterated in a put up shared to Fb on Saturday, together with a photograph of the BMW that drive straight by the home windows and into the eating space round 2 a.m.

The driver of the vehicle was taken into police custody, police confirmed.

The motive force of the automobile was taken into police custody, police confirmed.
(The Hornet)

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“This yr we’re cursed,” Hornet proprietor Sean Workman advised Fox 31, including that staff had been working in that space solely moments earlier than.

“We had some employees members that narrowly missed it by a matter of seconds,” he mentioned.

The motive force of the automobile was taken to the hospital earlier than being taken into custody, police confirmed to The Denver Put up.

One other part of the restaurant’s home windows had been boarded up on the time of Saturday’s crash, the results of a distinct automotive hanging the constructing in November. The administration had even spray-painted the phrases “once more, not a drive-thru” on the plywood masking that facet of the restaurant after the constructing was first struck by one more driver in February.

Following the second accident in November, the staff spraypainted the phrase, "Again, not a drive-thru" on the outside.

Following the second accident in November, the employees spraypainted the phrase, “Once more, not a drive-thru” on the surface.
(The Hornet)

Now, the brand new plywood masking the most recent injury reads “#ParkingInTheRear,” in accordance with a photograph shared to the restaurant’s Fb web page.

The identical plywood was used to guarantee patrons the restaurant had reopened as of late Saturday. Nonetheless, Katelyn Erickson, the Hornet’s bar supervisor, mentioned a good portion of the eating space wanted to stay closed, leading to fewer accessible shifts for workers, the Put up reported.

“Now we have [lots] of vacation events and we do not wish to let our visitors down. Additionally, there are 43 fantastic staff right here that must earn a dwelling and we hope the Baker neighborhood will come out and assist us. We are going to preserve you posted,” the restaurant wrote on Fb.

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Oddly sufficient, Denver’s Hornet restaurant isn’t the one eatery affected by this identical unlucky “curse”: A restaurant in Brockton, Mass., was hit by a automotive in August, marking the third time such an incident was reported by that precise location in two years.

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