banned from IHOP?

I know IHOP as a restaurant that is a little bit overpriced, and some of the food I got there recently did not taste great.

John Russo has been a victim of identity theft. So when he was asked to fork over a photo ID just to be seated at an IHOP pancake restaurant, he flipped.

http://www.boston.com/news/local/massachusetts/articles/2006/11/28/customers_unhappy_over_ihops_policy_to_ask_for_ids/

How many people have been to a restaurant with a security guard in it before?

If the restaurant has a theft problem, what would stop someone from stealing the 40 driver’s licenses?

Would someone without a driver’s license be allowed to eat there? Some people drive without a driver’s license. Some people walk to restaurants. Some people ride bicycles to restaurants or are dropped off at restaurants. Would that IHOP consider anyone not carrying a driver’s license at that time to be a potential food and service theft?

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