Man Banned From Starbucks After Asking 16-Year-Old On Date


37-year-old Lucas Werner is accusing Starbucks of “ageism,” after being banned from a Spokane-area Starbucks.

As reported by KREM, Werner was banned from the coffee shop after he gave an underage barista a note, asking her out to dinner.

After handing the note to the employee, Werner left the shop and went to a nearby library to “work.” While there, Werner posted to Facebook, “Blonde with the red lipstick who thinks I’m funny, Are you hitting on me? I can only presume.”

Returning to Facebook on December 22, Werner posted that when he next visited the same Starbucks shop, “a Spokane Police Officer said the note was creepy, which it wasn’t, and asked me to not return because I was being banned. We already know this is because the barista was young and legal aged and I’m 37.”

“I did not ask her to have sex with me. I asked if she would like to have dinner sometime. Perfectly normal adult behavior. I figure, if she was 16 and flirtatious it would still be legal to ask her to dinner,” Werner wrote.

He then asked his Facebook followers to contact the Starbucks location and leave complaints, on his behalf.


Photo Credit: (Lucus Werner – Facebook)

Werner, who has an entire website dedicated to what he calls “age gap love,” says he is a “scientist without a degree in science.” He explains his preference for younger women by stating that having children with men over 35 will give the children “stronger DNA.”

Throughout Werner’s Facebook pages, he discusses his desire to be with an 18-year-old and accuses people who don’t accept his point of view of being “hateful,” “ageist,” and “against truth like Republicans.”

Werner also mentions that he desires to date younger women because they’re “very liberal and intelligent” and “not racist, sexist, homophobic or xenophobic.”

No matter how desirable Werner finds younger women, he also wrote, “Millennial chicks are bigots! That means the most gorgeous and fertile women are the most hateful, they’re sociopathic.”

A spokesperson for Starbucks said of their decision to ban Werner, “We have no tolerance for any such inappropriate behavior or harassment, and we will continue to support our store partners and local authorities investigating the situation.”

The Spokane police department also stood behind the establishment’s decision, stating that businesses have a right to refuse service for any reason.


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