Outback Steakhouse Workers Wish Nobody Saw What They Wrote On Cops’ Receipt…

Outback Steakhouse Workers Wish Nobody Saw What They Wrote On Cops’ Receipt…

Four Louisiana police officers were hungry and decided to go to Outback Steakhouse to eat dinner. What they didn’t know was that as soon as they walked in the door, the manager and server noticed their uniforms and planned to send them a special message on their receipt. Now, they regret ever doing it! 

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FOX 8 reports:

A simple act of kindness is making big waves after a manager and her server at Outback Steakhouse picked up the check for a group of dining police officers.

Arline Wood, who’s worked at the Outback in Slidell for 18 years, and her server, Zoë Rao, decided to make sure the four police officers who spent their dinner break at the restaurant knew how much they were appreciated.

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“They’re the sweetest guys, I enjoy waiting on them,” Rao said.

“They care about the community, they care about everybody, they’re just great guys, our whole police force is great and these guys at night, I went to Zoe and I said, let’s take care of it,” Wood said.

The pair picked up the $67 tab and added a small note thanking them for their service.

“Be safe!” they wrote at the very top of the receipt, and at the bottom they wrote, “Thank y’all for y’all’s service! Enjoy y’all’s meal on us!” How awesome is that?

 

 


 

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