Last night, at 2 am, one of the people I was working with served someone who ordered various deepfried foods after being up at the nightclub/bar/party etc. Being drunk, he was apparently rather rude to her while she set about putting his food into bags.
As she was about to tell him how much the food was (around $7.50) he picked it up from the counter, and just walked out, and got into a waiting taxi. Which caused her to shout 'HEY!' at him, which he completely ignored.
This also got my attention, as I was heading toward the backroom to stock the cold section. When she told me what had occured, what did I do? Firstly, rang the taxi company, and told them about what happened, and the number on the side of the taxi. The guy obviously denied not paying for what he'd ordered from us, and the driver didn't bring him back...
However, he did tell us where the guy lived (trailer trash... what a suprise..) and a short descrip. of the car out the front.
Supplied the details to the police, who went around to his (trailer) home. I wish I could've seen the look on his face when, less then an hour later, the police knock on his door.
What did he expect we'd do?
Has anyone got any similar stories to share?
3 Basic rules for ordering food.
- Order from the menu.
- If you order something that will take some time to cook, then be prepared to wait.
- Don't talk about Fight Club.
Last edited by Sir Spaniard the 12th; 07-21-2006 at 09:26 PM.