Texas waitress claims K2K help at home after tightening her

A Texas waitress who claimed she was strict on the tip of the રહ 2,000 for a confidential dinner will take the money home later – now that her employer has agreed to cut her check.

News station KNS reports that 21-year-old Emily Bauer will be paid by the owner of Red Hook Seafood and Bar in San Antonio, a joint claim that Diner’s credit card transaction did not take place.

“It’s Christmas time and everyone is struggling,” owner John Cheng told the outlet on Wednesday. “I’m ready to give it as a Christmas gift.”

Cheng wrote Bauer a check for 2,069.01 dollars, an amount in addition to the value of the customer’s bill.

“My employer is willing to give it to me, even though it wasn’t his fault, I don’t thank him enough for it,” he told the news station.

Bauer was dropped from the service once in a lifetime, but apologized for “slowing down” customer service over the weekend.

“It was like, ‘Okay, I own a Rest .Runt and I understand how the server should be.’ B Like Hey told The Post on Wednesday, ‘Thank you for understanding,’ was like.

Bauer said she didn’t realize she hadn’t given up until she tipped him ટોચ 69.01 on top of the 69.01 bill, with a note saying, “Merry Christmas! Keep working hard! ”

Red Hook Seafood and Bar in San Antonio
Red Hook Seafood and Bar in San Antonio
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But she claimed that her excitement quickly turned to despair when her manager told her she was unable to process her more than 500 tips.

The restaurant did not respond to a request for comment Wednesday.

But the diner now insists the ordeal was a misunderstanding – and they couldn’t pay help because the transaction didn’t go through.

“It’s like a bank that tells you, ‘Oh, it’s a hoax. We are not going to do that, “the general manager, who declined to be identified, told KNS.

“What if I put a 2,000 tip on mine? My bank will deny it. They are denying it. They’re denying it because I don’t usually do it; I don’t usually tip that way. ”

The general manager said the customer later called to see if Bauer had helped him, but the manager did not get a chance to copy his contact information.

“I told him to come back to the store because we are unable to process the payment. He said, ‘OK’ and stopped immediately before I could say anything, ’the manager said, their number was private.

Texas waitress Emily Bauer initially received 2,000 from a client's help, initially saying she couldn't keep it.
Texas waitress Emily Bauer was initially told she would not be able to keep it after she got help from customer 2,000.
Emily Bauer

While the generous tipper was never seen, the owner said he wanted to rectify the situation.

Bauer previously told this post that she plans to spend on Christmas gifts for her two sons, a 2-year-old and a 5-month-old.

“I’ll just spend it on them. We had such a rough year, “said Bauer, whose boyfriend died earlier this year from the COVID-19 epidemic.

He added, “I was praying for something like this.”