Hooters Waitress Cries After Customer Leaves Rude Message On Receipt
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A Hooters waitress has revealed she was once left in tears by a customer who left her a nasty message on the receipt. Watch below:
The woman, who goes by the TikTok handle @keylamxo, shared a video on her channel in which she recalled a visit from a group of adults and children.
In the video, she explained that they came in and splashed out $624 (£454) on food and shots of tequila.
@keylamxo said: "This girl I went to high school with came in with her family to celebrate her dad's birthday.
"The mum came in and said, 'Bring us some Don Julio, we're drinking good today, it's my husband's birthday'.
"I bring them the shots, and at the time the shots of Don Julio at my job were $18, and they ended up ordering 25.
"They ordered a bunch of food - it was like, five adults and four kids and they all ate."
However, things went south, she said, when the bill came around and the woman realised just how much their meal and drinks had cost them.
She goes on: "When the mum asked for the cheque, she was like, 'If you would have told me the tab was this high, maybe you would have gotten a tip'.
"Like ma'am, I just work here! I'm not pocket watching, I do not know how much is in your bank account.
"Maybe you shouldn't go out to eat if you can't f*****g afford to."
And if that wasn't bad enough, the family, bitter about having to spend so much on their meal, decided to trash the table. Classy.
@keylamxo added: "So this woman decides to spray ketchup all over the table and knock over all the drinks before she leaves and tipped me nothing. And that's why I cried."
Earlier this week, Hooters made a change to its uniform policy after receiving a backlash from staff who claimed the new shorts were 'like underwear'.
Staff have now been told they can choose 'which style of shorts best fits their body style and personal image' following complaints about the revealing garments.
Last week, several Hooters employees took to social media to blast the new, shorter, shorts that had been introduced, with one sharing a video on TikTok comparing the shorts alongside the caption: "Love my job but don't love wearing undies to work."
Others even claimed they had 'quit' over the uniform change.
Featured Image Credit: @keylamxo
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