Terrible restaurant screws disabled veteran 3 times by changing tip amounts

A disabled veteran and his wife in Colorado Springs say they will no longer dine at Texas Roadhouse after they ate at a location three times and staff secretly changed their tip amount every time. Doug Woodward explains that once the second receipt disparity occurred, he talked to a manager and learned it was because an employee had upped the bill's tip. Worse, he claims that server knew they were ripping off a veteran because he'd requested the military discount. As Fox 21 puts it: "Needless to say, he steered clear of that particular Texas Roadhouse location." At least until two weeks ago, when about a year had gone by and the Woodwards thought there's no way it could possibly happen a third time. Mistake, it turned out:

Woodward and his wife were treating another couple to dinner. When they got the bill it was $105.01. Woodward's wife was the one who paid with her card and left a $10 tip, bringing their grand total to $115.01.

But when she looked at her bank statement, that's not what she was charged. ... "Clearly there was a small zero added to the zero here and a straight line drawn through the 5 to try to make that appear to be an 8," said Woodward.

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