Couple ‘had sex in men’s bathroom’ of exclusive Balthazar restaurant in New York City and left behind a WEDDING RING: Owner Keith McNally says it is waiting in lost and found for them!
- Balthazar owner Keith McNally claims a couple had sex in the men’s restroom
- They scurried off before staff could catch them, leaving behind a wedding ring
- McNally claims the ring is in lost and found, waiting for its owners to claim it
- He previously said that ‘80% of Instagram posts are lies,’ his own included
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Staff at a swanky New York City restaurant are looking for the couple who left behind their wedding ring after having sex in the bathroom over the weekend.
Balthazar owner Keith McNally made a raunchy Instagram post Monday detailing how the couple used the men’s room as their private sexual oasis over the long holiday weekend.
McNally alleged they ran off before staff had a chance to catch them in the act. But in their hurry a wedding ring was left on the restroom floor.
Now social media users are wondering who the adventurous lovers are and if they are married to each other.
Balthazar owner Keith McNally made a raunchy Instagram post Monday detailing how a couple used the men’s room at the swanky NYC restaurant as their private sexual oasis over the long Fourth of July weekend
McNally alleged they ran off before staff had a chance to catch them in the act. But in their hurry a wedding ring was left on the restroom floor
McNally claims restaurant Manager Zouheir Louhaichy told him about the encounter in a note detailing what ensued at the SoHo hotspot over the Independence Day weekend.
‘We had one alleged report of a couple having sex in one of the men’s stall downstairs,’ Louhaichy reportedly wrote.
‘But when I asked floor manager Greg to rush down and check what’s going on the couple were nowhere to be found so they remained a mystery.’
‘But oddly enough, Greg found a small wedding ring on the floor of the bathroom stall,’ he added.
Louhaichy said the ring was placed in the restaurant’s lost and found. McNally told Page Six on Tuesday the couple had not yet returned to claim the ring.
McNally claims a couple had sex in the bathroom before scurrying off, leaving behind a wedding ring. The ring has since been placed in lost and found
New York restaurateur Keith McNally (pictured) has previously cautioned that ’80 percent of Instagram posts are lies,’ including his own
Meanwhile, the internet is loving McNally’s post, with Instagram user Erica Forstadt claiming it ‘just might be my favorite one’ yet.
‘I love a good story,’ echoed Shari Applebaum. Others have made humorous remarks poking fun at the couple.
‘F**k. So that’s where mom wandered off to…’ fashion designer F.E. Castleberry joked.
‘Well, where’s the ring shot?’ questioned Amy Hinkler. ‘I’m sure someone can identify the hand it belongs to.’
‘Sex, booze and rock ‘n roll … could hardly ask for more!!’ wrote James Dickerman. Sadie Stein added: ‘But who snitched on the bathroom couple in the first place?!’
The couple’s sexual escapade wasn’t the only chaos staff were met with over the weekend.
Louhaichy told McNally they had to ‘cut-off’ a woman at the bar who was ‘clearly intoxicated.’
‘She was swaying and two other ladies at the bar grabbed her to help keep her upright,’ he recalled.
‘She threatened to call her lawyer and then when she was leaving she looked towards the podium and said to me: ‘I would like to be escorted out, a**hole!”
The manager said the drunk woman had been escorted out of Balthazar on a previous visit as well.
Despite the few unpleasantries, Louhaichy claimed it was a successful weekend for the establishment. They served 480 dinners and many customers issued ‘happy comments about the food and service.’
McNally’s Instagram posts have become popular with some users alleging there’s a ‘novel in every post’ and the stories should be used to ‘produce a series for Netflix.’
However, the eccentric restaurateur has cautioned that most social media posts are complete lies, including his own.
‘Eighty percent of Instagram posts are lies,’ he told The Wall Street Journal last month.
‘People post stories and photos of how they want to be seen by others, not of how they really are. Mine included. But at least I recognize it and try to change it.’
It is unclear if how much of McNally’s post about the restroom lovers in factual, but the internet seems eager to believe the story is real.