The Chowder House in Alaska received a wave of attention after one of the employees received complaints for wearing a shirt that "isn't professional."The garment in question is a black t-shirt that simply says: "Hi. Don't be racist. Thanks."Offended by the shirt, a beleagured customer named Jason Lassiter took to The Chowder House's Facebook page to complain about the t-shirt, calling it part of a "social justice warrior campaign." FacebookHe wrote: "Really enjoyed your food and service but this is a business and as a customer I'd prefer not to have your employees ideology's plastered on his t-shirt: 'Hi. Don't be racist. Have a nice day.' This isn't a professional shirt for work and will be the last time I visit your establishment. I know my patronage alone won't effect you but good luck with your social justice warrior campaign." The employee, Bryan, shared a screenshot of the Facebook review on his Twitter, and it quickly went viral.Someone complained about me wearing my favorite shirt today on our Facebook page, now I can’t wear it at work anymore :.( pic.twitter.com/3Ssnl9hPDc— bryant (@bryantinak) June 17, 2020 It wasn't long before the review got roasted on Facebook, and Bryan's bosses chimed in to let him know they have his back.Update: he’s getting roasted on Facebook lol.— bryant (@bryantinak) June 18, 2020 Talked to my bosses. They were upset at the customer for making an absurd complaint. I misunderstood the upset (we were in the middle of a rush) as being directed at me. They have no problem with me wearing the shirt and actually urge me to continue to if I wish to do so.— bryant (@bryantinak) June 18, 2020 In fact, the negative review ended up spurring a flurry of positive reviews, and even inspired the managers to buy all of the staff "don't be racist" t-shirts.Final update: So many people direct messaged the guy that he deleted his bad review. I will continue wearing my plethora of anti-racism/homophobia/colonization/etc shirts and we ended up getting a lot of positive reviews about how my bosses handled everything. Game, set, match.— bryant (@bryantinak) June 19, 2020 I guess I said “final update” but there is more. My bosses are ordering a bunch of the shirts so that everyone in the restaurant can have one. Stay tuned for a group pic in a few weeks when they come in 😍😛— bryant (@bryantinak) June 19, 2020 https://t.co/5MphR5eWvDThe shirt^^— bryant (@bryantinak) June 19, 2020 If anyone is still reading this thread: the shirt is cool but it is 100% from some fast fashion Etsy bullshit. I was browsing, saw it, and just bought it cause I liked it. Instead of trying to get the same shirt, get one from one of these links. https://t.co/Ccovx3qlMk https://t.co/xtyeZwKLgH— bryant (@bryantinak) June 20, 2020 People on Twitter were quick to roast Lassiter for having an issue with a statement as benign as "don't be racist."“Social justice warrior campaign” try basic human rights jason....— kool aid (@addiec_) June 17, 2020 Haha crazy that racism is a controversial issue? You have an issue about not being racist? Interesting…— sud 🧼🛁 (@sydneyasplund) June 17, 2020 If he complained about a shirt asking people to not be racist, he deserves to be roasted and there’s a 100% chance the shirt offended him because he IS racist— Em (@emilymccoon) June 19, 2020 Me heading to Facebook after reading this pic.twitter.com/nsk4xK3kFd— A. Bronx Belle (@BlackYukiViking) June 19, 2020 Others pointed out how professional the t-shirt actually is.that's actually an extremely professional shirt. it even says have a nice day. how much more professional can you get— i bless the rains down in castamere (@Chinchillazllla) June 19, 2020 Unnecessary greeting? Check! "Thanks" at the end of your one sentence request? Check! This shirt is more professional than some formal communications I've had. LOL.— Victory Beaver 🦫 (@astro_ashley11) June 19, 2020 Imagine reading that shirt and feeling personally attacked by it 🤔— .nosaJ (@Big_Chillin_Tho) June 19, 2020 A few people shared screenshots of FB messages they sent to Lassiter.I had to get in on it😂😂✊🏾 pic.twitter.com/wbZfWenHYd— M'Baku Jr.🦍🇿🇦 (@Jay_Bandz41) June 18, 2020 pic.twitter.com/xyvI0QG50B— MC (@MrMattCoon) June 19, 2020 At this point, Lassiter has likely muted his inbox and doubled down on his distate for The Chowder House. On the other hand, the restaurant is receiving a whole lot of love.