Restaurant Bill Calls Customers ‘Fat Girls’
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Restaurant servers have seriously got to stop entering nasty descriptions of customers on receipts. Not only is it rude, but racist or uncomplimentary receipts wind up in the customers’ hands all the time. Papa John's, Chick-fil-A, and Landmark Steakhouse all made the news when customers received insulting receipts, and a California casino restaurant joined their ranks this weekend when three women were handed a restaurant bill that called them "Fat Girls."
The women had dinner at the Chilly D’s restaurant in the Cameo Club Casino in Stockton, Calif., on Thursday, but when they asked for the bill they discovered that server Jeff had identified them as “Fat Girls.”
“I got the bill, I was looking at the bill and was like, ‘Why does this receipt say ‘fat girls’?” Christine Duran said to News 10.
Duran said she notified the manager, but he “had like a smirk on his face, like it was funny but he was trying not to laugh.”
The manager offered a 25-percent discount on the $25.50 check, then upped it to 50 percent, but both offers were rejected.
“I just want to tell them we’re sincerely sorry and we’ll do everything in our power to make sure this never happens to anyone again,” said Chilly D’s co-owner Jimmy Siemers, who says he was not working the night of the incident.
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