Of course, these dates are very close to Christmas and the end of the year is marked by getting together with our families and our friends. It may not have escaped you that there have been a lot of dinners with groups of friends this weekend, of companies and family members who have flooded hundreds of restaurants and bars.
And of course, we are also filled with the spirit of Christmas, the desire to share with people and be more generous. That’s what a Spanish customer must have thought, who went to a bar and was so well attended by the waiters that she wanted to give them a tip. The problem came when this girl found out that she didn’t have money to give them, But he also wanted to thank them for their work.
So yes, he left a very sweet note for her: “Thank you for your kindness and your smile…and your good energy. I wanted to give you a tip but I don’t have the cash, so I decided to leave you something better: My best wishes this Christmas and wish you everything came true” This customer wrote.
It didn’t stay that way, because since he didn’t have anything to leave her, he wanted to give her the one lucky charm he always carried in his wallet: his lucky dollar. He wrote, “Keep this lucky dollar with you… Hugs.” a note that This has excited many Twitter users, who say there must be many more such customers.
a tip that almost leads them to trial
I’m sure you know this, but there are countries where tipping is mandatory. While this is not the case in Spain, in countries such as the United States, when they are going to charge you the bill, they add a supplement which is understood as a tip. Yes actually, Although a certain amount is mandatory, what is not so much is that you can leave more than you want.
That’s what happened to this Pennsylvania man who, in gratitude to the restaurant where he ate, decided to give her a big tip. yes, enough because what he left her was nothing more Not less than three thousand dollars.
“We thought someone was trying to do a really cool thing,” said restaurant manager Jacobson. And it refers to that idea in the past tense precisely because the person who tipped them decided to write and claim the restaurant.
“A month later, we received an email questioning the tip the customer had left” Counted, making it clear that the customer wants his money back.
To avoid misunderstandings and so that there would be no drama between the customer and the restaurant, the business decided to refund her money, suffering a loss of three thousand dollars. As soon as that transfer was not processed, and the problem got worse The client argued that he was going to report them.
With these, it’s the restaurant that plans to sue this client, though they’re sorry they did. From the beginning and now they have to go to court.