Mexico City /
How much do you tip when you go to a restaurant? Ideally, you leave fair advice to the person who He took your order, took what you asked for, and collected what you no longer had on your table. However, although it would be the most logical thing, The truth is that there are customers who don’t think about workers Who did his best. This is what happened to a waitress from Argentina who – which Spread on social media By sharing his displeasure with some of the young men he was taking care of. The young woman served 15 men, and they killed her The sushi was 36,000 Argentine pesos (over 7,543 Mexican pesos) and the tip was minimal.
This case was announced via Twitter The young woman denounced the diners They did not appreciate his service and they left him a tip that gave a lot to talk about.
According to her testimony, the young waitress was serving 15 men. everybody Have sushi for dinner and spend at least 36,000 Argentine pesos (that is, more than 7,543 Mexican pesos). She did her job well and took care of them on time and in the best way.
However, once they paid the bill and realized what they had left for the tip, I got irritated: 100 Argentine pesos (that’s 200 Mexican pesos).
“I am still very angry at a table attended by 15 kids. They had sushi for dinner, they spent 36,000 pesos, and I gave them a 10% discount because they were rich and they gave me $100,” User details Carolina Guarnieri.
The post went viral with multiple reactions and comments:
“Will you tell me that if they spent $36,000 on sushi, they wouldn’t have $240 each to leave a 10% tip for the girl? Please”; “Tip is courtesy of the service you received. When it’s not included in the ticket it counts as a 10% departure or you can. There are obviously a thousand factors involved, but if you have the money to go out to dinner you can also leave something to the person who came with you ”; “Some abusive people”; “There should be no tip. Moreover, eating out is very expensive, and you have to leave a tip. And the owners take advantage of that to pay less. The last thing is to choose in the face of very good service, but let’s put an end to the mandatory advice once and for all.” “, It reads between reactions.
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