Editor,

"No shirt, no shoes, no service" is a rule that has been in effect since the 1950s, according to an online article, "Where Did 'Shirt and Shoes Required' Come From?" written by Dave Roos. The rule has no basis in health or safely. Rather, it is a way of keeping out undesirable customers. I have not heard anyone complain about the violation of his or her rights concerning this rule.