A small New York restaurant apparently couldn't keep up with Scott Disick's expensive transportation requests, and the reality TV star's scheduled appearance there was scrapped.
Page Six reported that the "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" star was scheduled to appear at Gaffney's in Saratoga Springs, New York, on July 23. The day before the hosting gig, Scott supposedly called the restaurant and asked if they had a "spare plane" that could pick him up from the Hamptons and take him upstate.
The restaurant didn't have either a plane or a spare plane, but it began looking into getting a jet for Scott. However, Scott's team called shortly after and said they had arranged their own transportation. But, the drama was only starting.
According to the report, Scott's team called the restaurant on the day of the event and said they needed a helicopter to take the dad-of-three 150 miles to the upstate New York spot. Again, the restaurant looked into a chopper. Soon after, Scott's team said they'd made their own arrangements. As if that weren't enough, the team called yet again and said the helicopter had fallen through and Scott would no longer make the advertised party.
Coincidentally, the July 23 event was actually a makeup date from the week prior, one that Scott canceled.
Due to Scott's no-show, Gaffney's apparently had to refund a multitude of table reservations which were sold with the understanding that the 38-year-old would be there. Page Six says the restaurant is considering legal action against Scott to recoup losses.