This is the second time in less than a week that Nicknames Ginger Ice Acres has come under fire from a customer.
Nicknames Ginger has been the subject of a public shaming campaign on social media by a woman who was not identified.
“I am disgusted by the name,” the woman wrote on social news site Instagram.
“I am a mother of two little boys and have a daughter, but we do not eat ice cream with them.”
“You are a disgrace to the Ginger Ice cream family,” the post continued.
“Nicknames have been a staple of our family for years.
You don’t belong on our ice cream.”
The woman, who asked not to be named, wrote on Twitter: “I feel like we are being targeted because of our name.
I am a parent of two children and do not need to feel judged for not eating ice cream.
I do not want anyone to feel discriminated against because of their name.””
Nicknames are meant to bring joy and love to children and they do not offend anyone,” the mother wrote.
“We have been receiving hateful messages from our customers who have had similar experiences.”
Ice Cream Bays owner Nickie McNeil told ABC News she was pleased the backlash was over.
We are proud to serve the community and serve our customers the best ice cream we can,” McNeil said.
McNeil said the company is still working with the police on the investigation. “
The ice cream company’s motto is ‘Bae, Bae Bae’ and that’s exactly what we do.”
McNeil said the company is still working with the police on the investigation.
A spokesperson for the city of Perth said they are aware of the incident and have launched an investigation.