Starbucks Customer Finds 'Secret Message' Written On Cup By Barista
A woman got the surprise of her life when she spotted a 'secret message' from that had been left by her barista. Watch the video below to find out what it was:
Ashley Wilkins was at Starbucks recently when she says her server took the opportunity to profess his love for her.
She took to social media to share her incredible tale of caffeinated romance, showing her followers the note left by the 'cheeky' barista.
In the video, she shows the cup - which says 'SECRETE MESSAGE' (sic) with an arrow pointing down - to the camera.
Ashley then spins the cup around, and where you'd usually find a warning about hot contents, the crafty barista has scribbled out a few words so that it now reads: "Careful, you're extremely hot."
And despite some of her followers pointing out that the mystery server had spelt 'secret' incorrectly, Ashley didn't let it put her off.
She said: "I didn't even realise it was spelled wrong cause I was just (mind-blown emoji)."
Aww true love, eh, can't beat it.
LADbible has reached out to Starbucks for comment.
Earlier this year, another Starbucks employee was praised by people online. But this time it wasn't for apparently making passes at customers, it was for refusing to serve someone who wasn't wearing a face mask.
The young server received more than $27,000 (£21,746) in 'tips' after a GoFundMe was set up for him.
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Amber Lynn Gilles visited a Starbucks in San Diego earlier this week but was left fuming when barista Lenin Gutierrez refused to serve her for not wearing a mask.
Sharing a photo of Gutierrez she wrote: "Meet Lenen [sic] from Starbucks who refused to serve me cause I'm not wearing a mask.
"Next time I will wait for cops and bring a medical exemption."
The post went viral, and has been shared thousands of times as well as being flooded with comments - many of which were from people quick to call Gilles out for her behaviour.
One person wrote: "I hate the whole mask thing, but I don't blame the kid behind the counter.
"They need to follow the rules that are given by their supervisors... supervisors don't want to get in trouble either."
While a second posted: "You are a privileged mess. It's almost satire how incredibly aloof you seem."
After seeing the post blow-up, Matt Cowan, who doesn't know Gutierrez, decided to set up a GoFundMe for the barista.
He told KGTV: "I set it at $1,000, thinking that was a reach and we would be lucky if we hit like $250."
He went on to say that he was glad to see that people are 'rallying around somebody for doing what they're supposed' during the coronavirus pandemic, adding: "It just goes to show you there are a lot of good people out there, and that outweighs the bad."
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