'I Would Love To See My Meat In Your Mouth,' Burger Joint Owner Tells Female Reporter

Restaurant Owner To Reporter: 'I Would Love To See My Meat In Your Mouth'

A Kansas City restaurant owner recently served up sexual harassment to a female reporter covering the place's discounted hamburger menu.

To celebrate the Kansas City Royals' playoff success, the Westport Flea Market Bar & Grill had rolled back its prices to 1985, the last time the Royals won the World Series.

So KCTV reporter Courtenay DeHoff was on the scene, asking owner Joe Zwillenberg if she could try a burger. To which he responded, "Courtenay, I would love to see my meat in your mouth."

Outlets went after the owner with relish.

"If there's one thing anyone who's in the public eye wants, it's to be sexually harassed on the job, and luckily for newscasters everywhere creepy-ass people are more than willing to lead the charge," Jezebel wrote.

And Uproxx sniped, "The burger may cost $2.99 but double entendres are ON THE HOUSE!"

Watch the cringe-worthy exchange above.

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