An African American couple shocked to see a photo of a black man's lynching affixed to the top of their table at a Minnesota Joe's Crab Shack.
FOX's Gary Baumgarten reports:
They were just about to place their order at the Roseville, Minnesota, restaurant when they spotted the historic photo dating back a 120 years of a black man's lynching in Texas, with a bubble quote, "all I said was I liked the gumbo."
Enraged, they walked out without ordering:
(Allen) "When I looked at it, it was clear to me that was a lynching. When I seen 1895, I was pretty sure it was a lynching. I knew that was during the Ida B. Wells time when a lot of lynching was happening and people were just glorifying it."
That's Chauntyll Allen, who got the NAACP and Black Lives Matter to complain. Prompting Joe's Crab Shack to remove the table and issue a public apology.
Gary Baumgarten, FOX News.