Comedian James Corden apologises after Balthazar restaurant ban


New York: Comedian James Corden was temporarily banned from a New York restaurant on Monday after being “extremely nasty” to staff on two occasions, the owner said.

Keith McNally, who owns popular New York eatery Balthazar, said Corden had been an “abusive customer” after some errors with his orders.

But he later revealed the actor and TV host had since called and “apologised profusely”.

Mr McNally then lifted the ban, saying, “I strongly believe in second chances.”

In an earlier post laying out what happened, Mr McNally had described the host of The Late Late Show as “a hugely gifted comedian, but a tiny cretin of a man”.


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