Server receives unwanted advice on customer's receipt
For Britton Weaver, it was just an average day waiting tables at an Idaho restaurant. He served this middle-aged nice couple, who he describes as extremely polite and generous the whole time.
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When the couple was done with lunch Weaver handed them their bill and when they left, he went to retrieve it — what he found on the receipt left him speechless.
As reported by KIVI, "They signed their receipt not as their first or last name, they signed it as straight," Weaver said.
Along with signing the credit card slip with the name "straight," they also left a religious pamphlet.
"It was probably to save my soul. Go change your ways, God will forgive you. That is what the pamphlet says," Weaver said.
Britton, a gay man, was a little offended and a bit angered by the whole situation. Although frustrated, he says this attitude is nothing new to him.
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In a similar situation, see what these rude customers wrote on their receipt:
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