Hooters waitress IN TEARS after customers leave a mess and write an offensive message on the receipt

Woman working at Hooters shares a devastating story of how a customer made her cry. 

If you have ever worked in the service industry, especially as a waiter or a bartender, then you probably know how rude some clients can be. Some people just love to abuse the phrase “The customer is always right” and treat service workers horribly.

What a Hooters waitress recently experienced was a similar case of a customer being so obnoxious they left her in tears.

In a TikTok video, @keylamxo tells the upsetting story of how the family of a girl she went to high school with treated her after she brought them the bill. As she says, this was “one of the many times a customer made me cry.”

Credits: TikTok

It was the girl’s father’s birthday, so the family was not particularly focused on the cost of the food and drinks they had ordered. After asking for the check and seeing it was $624, the mother lashed out at the waitress, saying:

“If you would’ve told me the tab was this high, maybe you would’ve gotten a tip.”

But the woman’s rude attitude was not the worst part of the insulting situation…

Before leaving the restaurant, the family made sure the waitress would remember them. They sprayed ketchup all over their table and tipped over all their drinks, leaving a harrowing mess for her to clean up. What’s more, they didn’t even leave a tip.

And, what’s even worse, they wrote “F*uck you” and drew a middle finger on the receipt. As if she was responsible for them not paying attention to the menu prices.

@keylamxo

Reply to @ashley.reyanne she asked her daughter alyssa to lend her $$ 😩😂 in front of me #hootersgirl #customerservice #fyp #brokebitch

♬ original sound – keylamxo

The Hooters waitress story divided the internet on whether tipping should be mandatory. But even if it is simply a matter of goodwill, being rude to service workers or deliberately leaving a mess for them to clean after you is definitely unacceptable.

Where do you stand on this subject? Do you have experience with ignorant customers? Let us know in the comment section!

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