Pizzeria sues customer who asked for his tip back

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Already It has become clear that many people do everything for likes, comments and views on social networks. However, these actions can end badly. just as it happened to a person who gave a juicy tip in a restaurant, apparently just for likes and a little attention. What’s wrong with it? Well It turns out that after what was given, he asked for it to be returned, so that now he faces a lawsuit against him. The restaurant sued him.

According to international media, the story arose in the pizza restaurant in Pennsylvania. For approximately 3 thousand dollars (more than 59 thousand 967 Mexican pesos) the establishment is suing the client who, after leaving that amount -for which they are now suing him- in tips, asked for them back.

“It’s just a little aggravating right now. It’s been causing a lot of bullshit and drama,” Zachary Jacobson, manager of Alfredo’s Pizza Cafe in Scranton, told WNEP.

Likewise, the manager explained that at first they believed and “thought that someone was actually trying to do something good.” However, realizing that everything was for likes and that they also asked for the money back: everything changed.

But how did it happen? It was Eric Smith who left waitress Mariana Lambert $3,000 in $13 bills. This after ordering a plate of stromboli. However, her noble gratuity gesture was not genuine, as she only got on the social media trend called “Tips for Jesus”.

Without the local workers knowing that it was all a joke, they felt happy and ecstatic.

“It really meant a lot to me because everyone is going through stuff. It really touched my heart. I still can’t believe it. I’m still in shock,” said the waiter who received the tip.

However, everything changed when the restaurant received “something in the mail that Eric was disputing the charge for the tip he left.” He wanted everything back.

“We thought that someone was actually trying to do something good. And now we’re, what, three months later? Not even, and there’s nothing,” Jacobson lamented.

For this reason, the affected party decided to sue, because he believes that it is inexcusable that they play like this with the workers:

“Unfortunately, we had to file charges through the magistrate’s office because we are now out of money at the moment. I hope he owns up to his actions and comes forward and pays for this because he shouldn’t have done this if this was the end result,” he added.

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