Moral of the story: Be nice to the people who handle your food.
Moral of the story: Be nice to the people who handle your food.
Tap to play or pause GIFTap to play or pause GIFBravoFirst, there were some truly nasty tales about workers messing with customers' orders as revenge. As a former server myself, I can tell you that contaminating someone else's food is absolutely
not okayand most servers would never consider it...but that didn't stop these folks:1."Back when I was 16, a rude customer pissed off my coworker. So she went in the back, licked her cheese, and put it on her ass cheek."Basilios1 / Getty Images
Number5is_ALIVE2."Dude ordered a well-done steak. He sent it back three times. After the third time, a cook made sure it ended up on the floor."—badmindave3."Worked at an ice cream shop for a while. First a man was incredibly rude to a girl (we were all 15 to 16 years old), and so when she went back to make his shake, she scraped all the caked-on shit from the past six months off the bottom of her shoe and into his dessert before blending it and giving it to him. She got caught on camera and was fired." headtopics.com
—dearghewls4."I watched a customer order a Diet Coke, and my friend, a server, brought it out to him immediately. The customer complained loudly that it was not Diet Coke (it was) and proceeded to make a scene that the server was lying to him. My friend went to the dish pit and scooped up some of the dirtiest water I’ve ever seen (used to soak dirty utensils before they go in the dishwasher), emptied the glass without washing, and refilled it with Diet Coke again. Dude was probably drinking the germs of about 60-plus people 🤢."
Chonlatit Thanoosorn / Getty ImagesChelseaFC1905KTBFFH5."I worked at a golf course restaurant. One of my female coworkers had some crude shit said to her by one of the old golfers. Something along the lines of, 'With an ass like that, you should be on the course serving us beers!' Then he ordered a ham sandwich. She licked the fuck out of that ham before putting it on the sandwich, then wrapped it in plastic wrap, punched it, and went out and handed it to him herself."
—imapersonmaybe6."I saw a coworker throw a hot dog onto a greasy floor, step on it, throw it back on the grill, and then serve it. The customer was treating one of our waitresses like total garbage (continually hitting on her and demeaning her). He did clean the grill and utensils after."
—Impster54537."A female cook put her fingers inside herself, then hand-mixed a salad before it went to a table. Don't be a dick to your server — their friends are in the kitchen."Image Source / Getty Imageskicaboojooce8."Had a customer complain about an 'ice cold' pizza that was delivered. She wanted another hot pizza AND her money back. The manager begrudgingly did what she asked. He even remade her pizza himself. He also threw the dough on the ground and stomped it flat with his shoes, then finished making it." headtopics.com
—DropmDead9."Worked in restaurants for over 10 years. It’s pretty rare that you see people mess with someone’s food, but it does happen. The most memorable was when a customer made a waitress cry, complaining about their food and sending it back. The chef farted on the remake. It got a lot of laughs."
—TannedCroissant10."I worked with one guy who had no problem tampering with food. A pair of customers came in one day, were giant pains in the butt, and then tipped an insulting 10 cents on the bill. They had the audacity to come in the very next lunch service, and you better believe he spit in their food."
—qbeanz11."I know a guy who pissed in a bucket of pickles. He would never have been caught if he hadn't talked about it." Read more: BuzzFeed »
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Does this happen in your country? I’ve worked in fast food places and my biggest advice to other people is never ever be rude to staff at fast food restaurants, you will get spit in your food or various other things. هلا How sickening! At Disney World many many years ago, I ordered a tuna steak without realizing they came seared only. I sent that back so many times. The basically burned it and I was happy to eat it. Wonder what they did to that tuna. I’m now ashamed of myself. I was nice though.
cook ur own food!!! there isn’t a single restaurant u could trust I ruined the ending of a woman’s book when she was half way finished because she was incredibly rude the whole time. I was down in my back and walked with a limp of sorts; apparently that makes me a barbarian, and she doesn’t “tip barbarians.”
RT : Moral of the story: Be nice to the people who handle your food.
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