Movie Theater Chain Bans Madonna For Texting
Employees of the Texas-based theater chain Alamo Drafthouse were strictly enforcing an anti-texting policy during the New York Film Festival last week regardless of the face being illuminated in a dark theater by staring at a phone screen. Madonna was one of the culprits apprehended by the theater for allegedly texting during NYFF's showing of 12 Years A Slave, and she may have earned a lifetime ban by the Alamo due to her response to the charges.
When asked to stop, Madonna allegedly replied by saying, ‘It’s for business … enslaver!”
Theater chain owner Tim League caught wind of the situation and announced the Madonna ban, which apparently can be remedied if she apologizes for the situation.
What do you think, Instincters? Is this an overreaction on the Alamo Drafthouse's part or should Madonna be held to the same standards as most theater goers?