A few nights back I went to meet a friend at a hipster bar after he got out of work. There were about 10 bars in a 3 block stretch all were pretty packed except for the place we were in. It was only me, my friend, a guy who apparently didn't understand how button up shirts work (chest hair everywhere), and these 2 Russian guys. We are sitting there for awhile when one of the Russians orders another drink. The bartender ignores him and walks in the back. A girl comes out with the bartender and she is apparently the manager. She asks him how many drinks he had. He said 5 or 6 to which she replies "you had 6. You're too drunk and need to leave. It's our policy to only serve 6 drinks to customers." The Russians were very confused and quickly paid their tabs and left leaving only me, my friend and the guy who doesn't understand how shirts work left at the bar. All of us left shortly after that leaving no one there. The odd part was the Russian guys weren't being loud or obnoxious. They kept to themselves and were polite. So I honestly have no idea why they would toss them aside from a random policy. All I saw it as them losing 40% of their customers. Focus: Have you or someone your with or seen ever been denied service or kicked out for no reason or a completely nonsensical reason? alt-focus: Alternatively, were you ever in a situation where someone should have been kicked out or refused service but they let them stay?