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This Guy Is Suing Cannabis Dispensaries For Minor Inconveniences

An unhappy customer turned into a serial suer.

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Cannabis dispensaries around California are keeping their wits about them after an unhappy customer first filed a lawsuit for poor service. You’d think this would be the only lawsuit he filed; surprisingly, he’s taking a business in the San Luis Obispo area to court for his fourth lawsuit.

The latest lawsuit is for alleged gender discrimination. The Orange County men’s rights activist is suing the dispensary over a ladies night promotion that didn’t go his way.

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The man behind the madness is a former member of the National Coalition for Men, Steve Frye. On September 16, he filed a lawsuit against Megan’s Organic Market over a ladies night promotion that offers a 16% discount for women every Monday night.

Seeing that Megan Souza, a woman, owns the dispensary, it’s almost obvious that the company would highlight women in cannabis and share opportunities to welcome them.

However, Frye wasn’t too happy when he entered the business during promotion hours, only to see women getting the discount that wasn’t offered to him. He also noted that the company’s advertisements even acknowledge that the promotion can’t be offered to women alone.

October 11, 2021
Written by BuzzMusic
October 11, 2021
Written by BuzzMusic
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