New York — The oldest private men’s club in New York City has been rocked by the most ungentlemanly use of a racial slur in its hallowed dining room.
A manager at the venerable Union Club on Park Ave. was canned yesterday for uttering the N-word in the presence of a black food server.
“Nobody has the right to display overt, outright racism,” Peter Ward, president of Local 6 of the Hotel Trade Council, told the Daily News.
“If management does that to our members, we have zero tolerance,” he said.
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