Offbeat Coronavirus in the United States: A waiter refuses to serve an unmasked Starbucks customer and receives an incredible "tip"
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He refused to serve a client wearing no mask. This server from anfrom San Diego ( ) is not about to regret his gesture. Internet users have indeed launched a kitty to congratulate him, reports the . They raised more than 90,000 dollars (around 80,000 euros).
The facts took place on June 22, in the late afternoon. A certain Amber Lynn Gilles showed up in the restaurant without a mask, but the waiter, Lenin Gutierrez, refused to serve her, following the guidelines set up by the American chain.
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The client "lost her nerves"
According to the version that the young man gave a little later on Facebook, the client "lost his nerves", left, then finally came back to ask for her name and take a picture , while specifying "that she would contact Starbucks headquarters".
She finally posted the server's photo on Facebook with this message: "Here is Lenin from Starbucks who refused to serve me because I was not wearing a mask. Next time, I'll wait for the cops and bring a medical dispensation. " She certainly thought she would receive the support of internet users, but on the contrary, she had a nice boomerang effect.Backlash
His message has been shared more than 50,000 times and the vast majority of people have stood up for the server. It was then that a certain Matt Cowan had the idea of launchingto give "a tip" to Lenin Gutierrez and thus congratulate him on his behavior.
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Several thousand donors quickly raised more than 90,000 dollars, or nearly 80,000 euros. In a video posted on Facebook, Lenin thanked all of the donors and returned to the incident, saying that he had simply followed "customer guidelines."
The case may not stop there. Amber Lynn Gilles plans to file a lawsuit against the creator of the pot for defamation, said thein an article relayed by the . She posted a video on social networks where she said that she had received thousands of death threats.
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