Pub-goer mortified after spotting rude cocktail name appearing on drinks menu

A pub-goer was left in hysterics after spotting "c*** for servers" as an option on a London pub's menu.

The Vanbrugh, in Greenwich, has revealed it will be updating its app after customers spotted the rude mistake.

According to MyLondon, the menu option should have read "cocktail for servers" but it came out X-rated when the app shortened it.

That's because it has a limit on words.

The customer, named Cat, visited the pub this week and took a photo of the saucy discovered.

Fortunately the pub-goer saw the funny side of things and wasn't offended by the awkward gaffe.

She told the publication: "I kind of wanted to order one to see what happened."

The menu features classic cocktails like a Bloody Mary, Pimm's, Aperol Spritz and all sorts.

So when you thought things couldn't get any naughtier than a dirty martini, it appears "c*** for servers" enters the equation.

Jo, from The Vanbrugh, said: "C**k is short for cocktail as the app wont let us the whole sentence as you are only allowed to use a certain amount of letters."

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Also a second menu item higher up on the list offers a "cocky tee for the team".

Jo added: "This just the heading for that group to draw attention to it as again the other spirits and wines also have them. Again cocky tee is just another word for cocktails.

"No one has mentioned it to us before and it has not been set up to offend as we are a very diverse, family friendly pub.

"It could be seen as inappropriate and we do not want to upset or offend anyone."

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