Waitress will get no tip, impolite message after telling prospects to put on masks
A Pennsylvania waitress claims she was stiffed on a tip, and as an alternative bought a impolite message, after she reminded her prospects to put on a masks when not seated.
As a substitute of a greenback quantity, the shoppers simply wrote “Masks” on the designated tip line for the $23.50 invoice at John Henry’s Pub of Ardmore.
“When your employees politely asks a buyer to put on a masks till seated, that is how they’re disrespected,” the restaurant wrote in a Sunday Fb publish.
“Completely unacceptable. “YOU” ought to be ashamed of your self!!”
The waitress, Jamie Ledwith, told NBC Philadelphia the shoppers refused to put on the masks whereas strolling by means of the bar space.
“They brushed it off their shoulder they usually stated, ‘Effectively, it’s no massive deal, we’re going to take a seat down anyway,’” Ledwith instructed the outlet.
Ledwith stated she harbors no sick will towards the tipless patrons, however stated prospects ought to comply with the foundations and be type.
The pub’s proprietor, Kathy Carney, agreed.
“It’s not in regards to the $5 tip that may’ve been 20 %,” Carney instructed the information station. “It’s in regards to the disrespect. It’s about us working laborious and it’s similar to a slap within the face.”