November 27, 2013
It appears that the disgusting and fat-angry butch lesbian, Dayna Morales, who claimed that customers left her an anti-gay hate note in place of a tip faked it.
The story got an incredible amount of attention in the media after the fat butch dyke Morales, a disgruntled and ugly waitress at Gallop Asian Bistro, posted the alleged hate note online, a photo of the receipt with the words “I’m sorry but I cannot tip because I do not agree with your lifestyle and how you live your life” written in the margin, and the tip box crossed out.
The beastly ogress went on the internet and asked for donations – money to sooth her hurt feelings, apparently? I wonder if she will give the money back now?
The owners of the restaurant are now investigating the gross homosexual degenerate’s claim, as the couple who stands accused of leaving the hate note is calling her out, and has produced a copy of the receipt to prove they did leave her a tip.
This situation once again proves that even if you have no moral or religious reasons for opposing people who practice sick and unnatural forms of sex, you have a good reason to despise them: they are fundamentally dishonest, sneaky rats who not only seek to destroy our entire society, but also want us to feel sorry for them while they do it.
Morales, an ex-Marine, then promised to donate thousands of dollars in replacement tips from supporters to the Wounded Warrior Project, which supports injured military service members.But the customers have come forward — albeit anonymously — telling NBC 4 New York they did in fact leave an $18 tip on the $93.55 bill. The customers provided NBC with a credit card statement as well as their copy of the receipt showing the tip, according to the station’s report.
“The owners are doing their investigation and looking into the Visa batch credit card accounts,” Byron Lapola, manager of the Gallop Asian Bistro, told NJ.com Tuesday said. “We’ll release a statement once they see what’s what.”
Until then, he said, there would be no further statement.
The customers, a husband and wife who can be seen on the video of the NBC report only as silhouettes, have “never not left a tip when someone gave good service, and we would never leave a note like that,” the wife said on the NBC report.
Morales told NBC she was certain she received no tip, and said the handwriting on the check was not hers, standing by her story, the report said.