Restaurant customer slammed for ‘disgusting’ nine-word message to waiter on receipt

Torri Donley

Homeschooling survival tips for parents Click to expand UP NEXT A customer at a Disney theme park restaurant has been brutally condemned by social media users. Her nine-word message on a receipt after paying has been criticised widely. After being shared on Facebook, social media users lined up to slam […]

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A customer at a Disney theme park restaurant has been brutally condemned by social media users.

Her nine-word message on a receipt after paying has been criticised widely.

After being shared on Facebook, social media users lined up to slam the woman.

She had been dining at a theme park restaurant belonging to Disney when she refused to tip waiting staff.

Her decision came after being charged £35 for a pizza.

She was asked to leave a tip of around £7 for the table service they received – but instead wrote on the receipt “Sorry not to tip but this price is outrageous”.

Facebook’s Disney Shaming and Cringeposting group has shared the message, with a string of scathing replies underneath.

Many have all commented how the decision to write the message was “rude”.

Another branded it “disgusting”.

A third said: “You can afford to tip.”

“What a s****y thing to do,” chipped in a fourth.

“Pack a sandwich next time,” a fifth advised, adding: “Shame on you”.

The controversial post became a talking point on Facebook over the weekend.

And another fumed: “This annoys me.”

Many others pointed out how waiting staff were not responsible for pricing.

“I tip based on service not price,” one wrote.

But not everybody agreed, and some even defended the decision to scrawl the message on the receipt.

One admitted: “That is outrageous for a pizza to be honest.”

“There’s no way I’d pay that much for a pizza,” added a second social media user.

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