Waitress Hoping For A Tip Was Given A Vile And Racist Message By Morons Instead
Credit: John Elledge/Sadie Karina/Facebook
There are some disgusting people on this planet.
Here's the story of a racist dinosaur cunt and his sad little accomplice.
So we're in Virginia and this man would also like a wall to be built too by the looks of things.
Sadie Karina, 18, is an American-born citizen who is of Honduran and Mexican descent. She works at a diner.
Credit: Sadie Karina/Facebook
She served a man and a woman and the man thought it was perfectly acceptable to write 'We only tip citizens' on the bill before leaving.
Not only is she a US citizen, but the comment's just a properly moronic, spiteful, hurtful and wankerish thing to put.
Sadie was working at Jess' Quick Lunch in Harrisburg on Monday when she received the scrawled note.
Jess' Quick Lunch. Credit: Google Maps.
She also said the couple were acting odd while she was serving them:
"They wouldn't talk to me. They would just nod their heads.
"It shouldn't even matter, I just feel like it's rude and disrespectful. I've never done anything to them."
It was her grandfather, John Elledge, who posted the receipt on social media. He was rightly outraged by it. Elledge said he was happy do jail time to find the 'son of a bitch' who wrote it. Well he did find him, but he won't be doing jail time.
John Elledge and his wife, Iris. Credit John Elledge/Facebook.
Elledge, a lawyer, actually managed to find out who the woman who ate at the diner was, with it materialising that she was surprisingly friends with Sadie's mum, but they worked out it wasn't her writing, he told The Washington Post.
In another twist, the man and the woman then went back to the diner together to shout at the manager becuase the receipt was put online. Elledge, who was told they were both there, then came into the restaurant as well.
Elledge explained: "We didn't talk much. She was mad that I posted it... The guy, he was being really belligerent."
"She was asking me why I posted it. I said, 'obviously, it was an insult - your signature against my granddaughter - darn right I'm going to post it. And no apologies'."
At the end of all this, what would Sadie do if they walked in again? She says she'd serve them, because: "It makes me the stronger person to not let these things bother me because I know I'm a good person."
Fair play. I think putting something vile in their food would be better.
Words Patrick Hulbert