“We Don’t Tip Terrorist” Waiter Got a Customer Banned for His Lie!

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Another racist hoax story unravels! The waiter who alleged he received a racist note admits he faked it but says he doesn’t know why he did it. That’s a convenient excuse.

His hoax story went viral and was very harmful. The waiter – ex-waiter – even got the customer banned but still didn’t admit to the hoax. Eventually he told the truth and the customer was invited back. But, he’s not working for the restaurant any longer.

“A waiter at a Texas steakhouse made up the viral story about a customer leaving him a racist note,” his employer said Monday.

THE STORY

The 20-year old waiter Khalil Cavil said he received the message on the receipt from a customer who dined at the Saltgrass Steak House in Odessa, Texas.

Cavil wrote in his post, which was deleted as of Tuesday morning: “I share this because I want people to understand that this racism, and this hatred still exists. Although, this is nothing new, it is still something that will test your faith.” Cavil’s Facebook page also appears to have been deleted.

The customer he lied about was actually banned.

“After further investigation, we have learned that our employee fabricated the entire story,” Terry Turney, COO of Saltgrass Steak House, told the Odessa American in a statement. “The customer has been contacted and invited back to our restaurant to dine on us. Racism of any form is intolerable, and we will always act swiftly should it occur in any of our establishments.

Falsely accusing someone of racism is equaling disturbing,” Turney said.

Khalil wrote the note himself and said it was a “mistake”.

Sorry, that’s more than a mistake. It shows bad character. He also accepted monetary donations he says he is returning.

This kind of thing divides us as Americans and is very damaging to race relations. He also hurt some innocent customer.

Hopefully, he feels ashamed and will straighten out.


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Greg
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Greg
5 years ago

I found the Steakhouse’s menu and the amount of the check suggests there was more than the one individual who went. This being the case then the one banished would have been humiliated among the others. The owner evidently is aware of the person since he Was banned. It would be interesting to know exactly what was said by the owner to that person.

pamrojo
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pamrojo
5 years ago

That wasn’t a mistake. That was a flagrant attempt to cause outrage and maybe cost this franchise untold customers!!! There’s more than just an “I don’t know why I did it” thing going on here. Did this waiter get fired? Did he make an apology to the customer? Did the customer get free meals for life? Why did the franchise ban the customer without due diligence? This was wrong all the way around. It’s sad because this waiter used his ethnicity to cause an innocent person/family great pain. I would be wiling to bet the customer was white. This happens to white people all the time. They get accused of so much racism and many times the person accused is totally innocent.

Flotmorton P. Gildersleeve
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Flotmorton P. Gildersleeve
5 years ago

This customer is entitled legally to more than a free meal and someone should so advise the customer

Chimera
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Chimera
5 years ago

When was the last time a white person complained about being called the “H” word (honky) by a black or other minority and that customer was immediately banned from the establishment?

I’m still waiting for the first instance.

I think this guy should sue the establishment for defamation. People have to learn they can’t just assume something is true without proof.

Greg
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Greg
5 years ago

None of these incidents really make any sense when thought about. Are we to believe someone with “an attitude” will patronize a business Just so they can leave a note on a receipt. That’s Always seemed suspicious to me.

First of all, I would demand that every dime of collections that person took in be transferred to ME as compensation. Since those who contributed automatically believed his lies they should not get their money back.

I, for one, would NOT settle for just being invited back. I do Not put up with false accusations, and no one should. I loudly cursed out a Supervisor for half hour for false accusations that resulted in punitive actions. In this case the person in question was “banished’ from the establishment and returning would not be an option as far as I would be concerned.