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Weird News Waffle House customer cooks own food as staff nap

22:20  02 december  2017
22:20  02 december  2017 Source:   news.sky.com

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One man took self-service to a new level by cooking up a meal at a Waffle House when no one was there to take his order. Restaurant Admits to Serving Popeyes Chicken as its Own - Продолжительность: 1:35 Inside Edition 1 205 740 просмотров.

Waffle House Customer Cooks His Own Meal After Finding Staff - www.insideedition.com. Alex Bowen, from Pelion, South Carolina, posted pictures of himself cooking at a Waffle House on Facebook after finding an exhuasted employee having a power nap .

He even cleaned up after himself © N/A He even cleaned up after himself

A hungry ex-soldier whipped up his own midnight snack when he arrived at his local diner to find all the staff asleep.

Alex Bowen, from Pelion, South Carolina, found himself peckish in the early hours of Thursday morning after some drinks with friends and so decided to go to Waffle House for some food.

He found it open, but all the staff were fast asleep.

He took to the grill to make a Texas bacon cheesesteak © N/A He took to the grill to make a Texas bacon cheesesteak Instead of nudging them from their slumber, he got behind the counter and cooked up his own snack, taking a series of selfies while he did so.

The 34-year-old shared the images on Facebook, where they went viral with more than 1,000 shares.

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Customer Finds Staff Sleeping at Waffle House , Cooks His Own Meal. Alex Bowen said in a Facebook post that he stopped by a Waffle House in West Columbia because he couldn’t sleep. The restaurant’s employees apparently did not have the same problem.

Waffle house customer cooks own food after finding staff asleep. By Rebecca Taylor, News ReporterA hungry ex-soldier whipped up his own midnight snack when

Mr Bowen, who installs flooring for a living, told friends he made a double Texas bacon cheesesteak melt before leaving without anyone waking up.

Alex Bowen cooked his own meal when he couldn't find anyone to serve him © N/A Alex Bowen cooked his own meal when he couldn't find anyone to serve him He admitted he did not pay for his food straight away, but did come back and leave the cash later on.

He told ABC: "It was around 3am. I was pretty inebriated.

"[The employee] didn't wake up the entire time. And no one came inside the restaurant."

He cleaned up after himself when he made his food and left with it.

Tired of waiting for service, he cooked his own food © N/A Tired of waiting for service, he cooked his own food He told Fox Carolina: "I give all the credit to my old friend vodka. I wouldn't normally have done that."

According to Mr Bowen, he was offered a role as a secret shopper by a Waffle House manager after the incident.

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Alex Bowen cooked up his own meal at an empty Waffle House in West Columbia, S.C. Waffle House told ABC News in a statement that customers shouldn't get behind the counter -- but it appears Bowen's fun served as a job interview nonetheless.

Waffle House Customer Cooked His Own Food While Overnight Staff Was Sleeping - Продолжительность: 1:17 Inside Edition 1 189 505 просмотров. Sleeping Wafflehouse Employee - Продолжительность: 6:59 Pierre Jones 25 758 просмотров.

The staff member Alex Bowen caught asleep © N/A The staff member Alex Bowen caught asleep A spokesman for Waffle House told Sky News: "Our local division manager has spoken to Alex and has apologised.

"For safety reasons our customers should never have to go behind the counter, rather, they should get a quality experience delivered by friendly associates.

"We are reviewing this incident and will take appropriate disciplinary action.

"In a related note, obviously Alex has some cooking skills and we would like to talk to him about a job, since we may have something for him."

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Waffle House customer cooks own food as staff nap .
A hungry ex-soldier whipped up his own midnight snack when he arrived at his local diner to find all the staff asleep. Alex Bowen, from Pelion, South Carolina, found himself peckish in the early hours of Thursday morning after some drinks with friends and so decided to go to Waffle House for some food.He found it open, but all the staff were fast asleep. © N/A He took to the grill to make a Texas bacon cheesesteak Instead of nudging them from their slumber, he got behind the counter and cooked up his own snack, taking a series of selfies while he did so.

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