The owner of a restaurant is forbidden to access banks. Here because ...
No one must have borrowed it in the bank, as he decided to ban all bankers from entering their premises.
Alexandre Callet decided to write clearly in a sign that "Dogs are welcome. Banking is forbidden", adding in small "unless they pay an entry fee of € 70,000".
Precisely this was the amount he borrowed to open a second restaurant, but in all versions his request was refused, despite being a small amount compared to a turnover of 300,000 euros a year for his current restaurant.
A weigh for the refusal, probably, the young age of the owner (30 years), an aspect that often represents a disadvantage. As for the first, when he is only 23 years old, as many as 16 banks have rejected him.