New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern had a bitter experience at a restaurant. Even though she was the country’s prime minister when she went to a restaurant to spend some time with her fiance, the managers made her wait for a while. Jacinda, along with fiance Clark Gayford, went to the Olive Restaurant in Wellington, the country’s capital, yesterday. New Zealand Prime Minister’s Restaurant entry was denied by the manager.
However, since the chairs are already full, restaurant managers have asked the Prime Minister to wait for a while. She waited until the seats were empty so that she could barely breathe. However, they have left the restaurant. Prime Minister Jacinda and Clarke went back to the restaurant when a manager came running to them and said that the seats are now free.
After the coronavirus virus effect in the country, permission has given two days back only. However, the New Zealand Prime Minister’s Restaurant has denied him.