AugustineArchie wrote, “I was eating with a female friend at a reasonably nice restaurant. Not posh, but expensive. Before we were seated we grabbed a drink at the bar, whilst there she signed up to some sort of newsletter at the bar. To be fair it was stuff like this that made me apprehensive to call the place ‘posh’. Anyways, we sit down and the girl I’m with gets a text telling her how beautiful she looks. She ignores it and another one comes through asking her what she’s doing later. She hasn’t got a clue who it is and ignores it. We’re finishing up our meal and a 3rd text comes through saying she shouldn’t be with a guy like me and asking if she wanted dessert with a ‘real man’. Now it’s clear someone in the restaurant has her number and we clocked that she had put it down on the application form for the newsletter. Considering the newsletters went into a box behind the bar, it was a member of staff. After getting the manager down and him calling the number and pegging what member of staff it was, it turned out one of the waiters had taken her number and address off this form, written it in his phone, and had spent the evening taking pictures of her from behind the bar. The police ended up involved.”
Well done, restaurant manager and police. Well done, couple, for taking action.
—poppies— commented, “This happened to one of my female friends. She put her business card in one of those boxes at some pizza place I believe. She started getting texts almost immediately; pictures of his c**k, him saying ‘I love you’, sh*t like that. She spoke to the manager and had him basically interrogate all of his employees. None of them were doing it. So my friend started asking him [in texts], kind of flirting with him, how he got his info. Turns out he swiped the card after she had walked to her table. She tells him she wants to meet up with him at a local park. He agrees, and they set a time. My friend, being the cunning vixen she is, asks our mutual friend Rex to come with her. Now, here’s the thing about Rex: He’s a 6’6” black guy, insanely ripped, and grew up in abject poverty in Detroit. So, she gets to the park, and finds [the creeper]. As soon as she correctly identifies him, Rex walks out from a shadow and grabs him by the sleeve of his shirt. He says to the guy, ‘If you ever speak to her again, I will f**k you up.’ Rex puts him down and he scampers away like a dog. She never heard from him again. PS. I have no idea why she didn’t just block his number. I think she did after that. I think it was because he knew where she worked and everything.”
—poppies— added about Rex, “He has a BS in computer science and has traveled across Europe and South East Asia. He’s a very cool guy. He also has a deep-as-sh*t voice, so I can only imagine that it added to the situation.”
For More Information: Wilreadit, “What is the worst experience that you have had in a restaurant?” AskReddit. 31 July 2016
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