Anyone who has worked customer service knows all too well about the trials and headaches of dealing with the public, but there seems to be a special kind of awful when it comes to serving people their food. From fast-food to fine dining, restaurant workers dish on their worst customers ever.
"I waitressed in high school. This happened when I was ~16 or 17. A guy came in to eat with his family (a little girl and his pregnant wife). They were really, really friendly and at first I thought it was a great table. Then the wife went to the bathroom and the guy asked for the check, and on the check he wrote his phone number in the tip area along with 'call me baby.' I ran his card, waited until his wife came back, and brought over the guy's card and his receipt. I handed the receipt to the pregnant woman and told her something was wrong with the tip. She got SUPER upset and I got in a lot of trouble with my managers for stirring s--t. In retrospect, I probably didn't handle that the best way, but at the same time I was f--king furious that some guy would come to eat with HIS PREGNANT WIFE and try to hit on a girl half his age. WTF. if he's pulling that s--t so brazenly, god knows what else he's doing behind his wife's back" (Source).