Published: 14:10, 08 January 2019
| Updated: 14:33, 08 January 2019
A pub and its patrons have come under fire for being ‘stuck in the past’ after a ‘vicars, pimps, and hoes party’ was announced.
The George and New Territories, in London Road, Teynham, was slammed on Twitter the day after arranging the spicy soirée to take place later this month.
However, the critic didn’t stop at the pub and went further by lambasting the entire village for its politically incorrect fancy dress festivities.
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User ManaboutLDN tweeted on Sunday, the day after the tavern started advertising the event online claiming the party is unacceptable in this day and age.
“The UK is living in 2019 but it seems this local village is living in the Eighties,” they said. “I mean seriously, who hosts events like this in the modern world? The language is hugely derogatory.”
Pub staff say the themed night on Saturday, January 26, which also includes karaoke and competitions, has been brought back by public demand.
"What's wrong with being old fashioned?" said landlord Peter Gomm. "I think that these keyboard warriors have too much time on their hands to worry about other people than themselves.
"It's a bit of fun - people can come in and have a laugh and have joke, I know one bloke who's going to be dressed as a vicar on his front side and as a tart on his back.
"To those people on twitter who are going and saying that we're back in the Eighties: get a grip of yourselves"
"We're creating a bunch of snowflakes," added the 64-year-old.