James Corden has been banned from a New York restaurant for treating staff poorly

In New York, James Corden is no longer welcome in a famous restaurant. The owner of an upscale Manhattan restaurant, Balthazar, said The Late Late Show host was rude. He called him a “tiny cretin” and told him he could never eat there again.

“[He’s] the most violent customer to my servers Balthazar since the restaurant opened 25 years ago,” Keith McNally said in a scathing Instagram post posted late Monday.

“I’m not often an 86 customer, but today I 86’d Corden.” Don’t make me laugh,” he wrote. McNally said Corden, who has said in the past that he has anger issues, was rude to his servers, asking for freebies and yelling at them.

The manager’s report says the first time they ran into Corden was in June. The comedian is said to have eaten his main course before showing a waiter a hair in it.

“Give us another round of drinks this second” McNally claims Corden asked. “And also take care of all our drinks so far. That way I write any nasty reviews on yelp or something.

The post says the second thing happened on October 9. Corden’s late-night talk show has a regular segment called “Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts.” According to reports, he called a server to tell them his wife’s omelet had some egg white mixed in with the egg yolk.

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At the restaurant, they made his wife’s meal again, but instead of salad they brought her fries. This angered Mr. Corden so much that he told the server to “scream like crazy.”

“You can’t do your job! You can’t do your job,” he allegedly screamed. “Maybe I should go to the kitchen and make the omelette myself!” The restaurant’s impresario also said Corden “I behaved similarly at my former restaurant, Cafe Luxembourg, a few years ago.”

Despite several requests for comment from multiple social media outlets, Corden has yet to publicly respond to McNally’s allegations. But in 2020, he said he has anger issues that started when he first became famous in the late 2000s.

“I started acting like a brat, which I just don’t think I am,” he told the New Yorker. “It’s so intoxicating, that first rush of fame, and I think it’s even more intoxicating if you’re not brought up for it.”

He said he’s been seeing a therapist because of how he’s been acting. During the first session, he told the therapist, “I used to be a better person than this.”

That same year, comedian Eric Andre spoke about cancellation culture and referenced James Corden’s actions, saying: “James Corden has been convicted [being mean] is the only criterion for recall.’

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