Waitress Who Was Denied Customer’s $2,000 Tip Has Money Paid By Boss – Women After 40

After being inundated with insults, the restaurant boss decided to pay the waitress the money she had previously been given as a tip.

Media can greatly influence and shape the way we perceive events and people in our society. Its power has been proven millions of times. This time, after sharing her story with a local news station, a woman righted the injustice she had experienced.

After being publicly criticized, a Texas waitress boss tipped her $2,000, which she had previously not received.

Emily Bauer, 21, was working at Red Hook Seafood and Bar in San Antonio when she received a huge tip from an unidentified male customer. However, by the end of the shift, her bosses refused to give her the money, claiming they could not handle tips larger than $500.

The mother-of-two then told her story to a local news station, and the restaurant has since been heavily criticized by the public.

However, the owner of the house, John Cheng, had a different theory of the story. He said the customer’s card was declined, so he couldn’t pass the $2,000 tip to Bauer.

However, a few days later, he decided to resolve the issue and pay the woman $2000 out of his own pocket.

He said:

“It’s Christmas time and everyone is struggling. ready to give it to her as a Christmas present.’

Despite previously being denied the money, Texas waitress Emily Bauer has been paid $2,000 by her employer after days of criticism

The mother of two was shocked when she received the check. Aside from the tip, the mystery man also left a sweet note wishing Bauer a Merry Christmas

The incident happened at the Red Hook Seafood and Bar in San Antonio (pictured).

Restaurant owner John Cheng claims he decided to pay Bauer $2,000 of his own money as a “Christmas present.”

Restaurant management said they were inundated with abuse as people believed they had deliberately robbed Bauer of money. One employee said they had “zero customers” all day because of the whole thing.

So the restaurant management decided to write a Facebook post proving that the $2000 tips never went through their system. Waitress Who Was Denied Customer’s $2,000 Tip Has Money Paid By Boss – Women After 40

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