Comedian James Corden has been banned from Keith McNally's upscale New York City restaurant after being labelled the "most abusive customer" he's ever had in 25 years.
UPDATE: The restaurant owner has said Monday night that James Corden has apologized and he will "immediately rescind" the TV host's ban from the restaurant.
James Corden has been "86'd" from a top New York City restaurant.
On Monday, Keith McNally, 71 — who owns Balthazar in NYC — slammed the late-night show host, 44, for Corden's alleged conduct in his restaurant.
"James Corden is a Hugely gifted comedian, but a tiny Cretin of a man," he wrote alongside a photo of a smiling Corden. "And the most abusive customer to my Balthazar servers since the restaurant opened 25 years ago."
McNally added, "I don't often 86 a customer, to today I 86'd Corden. It did not make me laugh."
A representative for Corden did not immediately respond to PEOPLE's request for comment.
He went on to share what he says was the "funny man's treatment of my staff" two times Corden came into his establishment and claimed Corden had similar behavior at McNally's previous restaurant, Cafe Luxembourg.