Wirelessly posted So my family owns a small restaurant in a mountain town, and lately we have been having a regular customer who, going for tact here, smells absolutely terrible. It is a mix of urine and cats, but literally overpowers the whole restaurant. It is definitely not an appetizing smell while you are tryin to eat, and we had a customer complain today. I am curious what the community thinks should be done about this situation. She is a paying customer, if only a couple dollars per visit. It is a small community where we know most of our customers and no one knows where she came from and if she didn't come wearing different clothes, I would assume she is homeless. Would it be right to refuse service to her for the benefit of our other customers?