The function of a waitress can embody greeting prospects, taking orders, delivering meals and drinks to tables, and offering attentive customer support all through the meal. It normally doesn’t encompass seating prospects in particular areas of a restaurant based mostly on their bodily look.
Nevertheless, this was the duty one waitress was given whereas working at a high-end restaurant in Los Angeles, and the request was one which actually caught her off guard.
The waitress was requested by her boss to sit down ‘ugly individuals’ behind the restaurant once they got here in.
Brooke Schofield, who had beforehand gone viral on TikTok for revealing her superstar encounters at a high-end restaurant, shocked viewers with the weird new rule that was enforced on the restaurant she labored at in Los Angeles.
In line with Schofield, who labored as a waitress, her boss requested that she seat sure individuals behind the restaurant once they got here in and the reason being jaw-dropping. In a TikTok video greater than 1 million occasions, she revealed that her boss instructed her to sit down “ugly” individuals within the again.
“When my boss at my restaurant job informed me I needed to seat ‘ugly’ individuals within the again,” Schofield wrote within the textual content overlay of the video whereas lip-syncing to an edited recording of Louis Armstrong’s “What a Great World” ending with the phrase, “What the f–okay?” — “LA is such an fascinating place,” she captioned the video.
Different TikTok customers have been simply as shocked as Schofield. “I’m gonna purposefully overlook this video after I go to LA,” one person commented. “So because of this I get seated subsequent to the toilet,” one other person shared.
Nevertheless, others weren’t so stunned and identified that high-end eating places do that usually. “As somebody who lives right here, we’re all properly conscious,” one person revealed. “This occurs in New York Metropolis too, and doubtless so many different cities. They provide the ‘enticing’ individuals the great tables and put them on show to draw others,” one other person wrote. “That is each restaurant in LA so it seems extra aesthetically pleasing,” one other added.
Others inspired Schofield to drop the identify and site of the restaurant. Though she by no means confirmed it and left many individuals speculating about which institution it might have been. Others tried to recall the place they’re normally seated in eating places.
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Nevertheless, the idea that “unattractive” individuals are seated towards the again of high-end eating places has by no means been confirmed. So if you’re ever seated within the again, don’t fear! It might very properly be the part that was up subsequent within the server rotation or the one desk that’s accessible.
Megan Quinn is a author at YourTango who covers leisure and information, self, love, and relationships.