A local bar is once again taking a stand on social media, this time it has to do with a customer coming in and taking items from the bathroom of the bar. New Prague's Local 105 wants that person to know that not only 'karma saw' what they did, but that they should feel bad for taking 'decor you felt was yours' but wasn't.

This isn't the first time we've told you about The Local 105. The first time we told you about The Local 105, was when the bar took to social media to let people know that while children were allowed in the bar, they wouldn't have a menu for them, or booster or highchairs available for them, as The Local 105 is a bar.

Yesterday The Local 105 penned a Dear John letter to the thief who made off with some items from the bathroom of the bar.

The post reads;

Dear John,
Thank you for stopping by our establishment today. We hope you enjoyed your time with us. We are posting publicly as it is apparent someone in your party missed the sign posted in our establishment and it seems most appropriate to point out, especially during this time of giving. If you wanted to know where we purchased our candle all you had to do was ask and you could have purchased your own rather than thefting ours. There are plenty of small businesses around who would be more than grateful for the support! As we mentioned, thank you again for stopping by, glad we could make you a delectable lunch, and provide you with the decor you felt was yours to take; just remember karma saw that. Happy holidays!
The post comes after a viral trend of schools and businesses having toiletries taken from their facilities as an online trend.
What is it about some people that just have to take things that aren't theirs?
Let's raise a glass, and pour some out for that lost candle, but above all else let's enjoy the holiday season by treating people and businesses with kindness.

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