Pittsburgh Hates Sienna Miller
Think you can enter Pittsburgh's Folino's Young's Tavern without a good fake id? Not on tavern owner Penny Folino and bouncer Dan Kovacs watch--especially if you were just spewing Pittsburgh hatred to Rolling Stone. That's right, an alert Jaunted reader tipped us off to Steel Town's revenge, reported by the Post Gazette.
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Just before midnight Saturday night, bar employees said, Ms. Miller, 24, appeared at the entrance of Folino's Young's Tavern, on Carson Street, without identification. Some five minutes later -- after ducking into the bar, eluding a bouncer who refused to let her inside -- Ms. Miller, in town for the filming of "The Mysteries of Pittsburgh," was spotted inside and escorted back to the Carson Street sidewalk. There, tavern owner Penny Folino and bouncer Dan Kovacs said, a disgusted Ms. Miller proclaimed her identity to all who would listen.
Sienna ripped off her hat and said, 'I am Sienna Miller. I am a famous actress!'" Ms. Folino said. "That's what she did. She was basically throwing a temper tantrum.
Said Ms. Folino: "There was no reason for her to act like she did. No ID, no entry -- I'm sorry, we can't bend the rules for anybody."