‘Jungle Fever’ ID Notation Costs Valet His Job [Watch]

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  • Samuel and Candea Aarons dropped off their car to celebrate the New Year at Spondivits Bar and Grill, a popular restaurant in Atlanta. Their car was parked by the valet, according to local station WSB-TV.

    Now generally, once your car is returned, any “tag” is removed – as it was only used for ID purposes; but when the Aaron’s got home, they noticed a tag was still on their key ring with a little note from the valet that read: “Jungle Fever.”

    For the uninformed: “Jungle fever” is a derogatory term used to describe interracial couples.

    The valet, alleged to have left the message, was a black man employed by APS Valet – not the restaurant. He was fired less than 24-hours later.

    Needless to say, the Aarons were outraged.

    “I’ve never had their tag left on the key,” Mrs Aarons said. “He wanted us to see it.”

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