Valentine's Day diner leaves tip for chef on how to treat lesbian couples

Valentine's Day Diner Leaves Tip For Chef On How To Treat Lesbian Couples

Many couples look forward to dining out on Valentine's Day. However, for Ellie Parker of Lafayette, Indiana the night took an unpleasant turn.

She posted to Facebook about how rudely she and her girlfriend were treated by the hibachi chef at an area Japanese steakhouse.

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Included is a picture of the check and the note she left in lieu of a tip – "Don't tell lesbians they need a man on Valentine's Day."

I'm not normally one to complain on social media, but the service I had at dinner tonight warrants a little complaining....

Posted by Ellie Parker on Sunday, February 14, 2016

Parker elaborates on the evening, writing, "Our chef came to grill our food for us and was asking everyone if the person with them was their boyfriend or husband. He got to my girlfriend and I and asked where our valentines were. We told him we were each other's valentines."

According to Parker, "He proceeds to say 'well it is legal, but it's such a waste to not have a man.' Later he continues to insult our relationship by saying he could come home with us to 'heat things up.'"

The restaurant has since issued an apology and a refund.

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