Mzansi People Have Their Say Regarding a Bill Where the Tip Amounted to More Than the Spend, Daylight Robbery

Mzansi People Have Their Say Regarding a Bill Where the Tip Amounted to More Than the Spend, Daylight Robbery

  • A man had to look at his bill a few times before realising that he was being taken for a fool at the groove
  • Twitter user @uPeace_ got a slip that was about to have him pay R200 tip on a bill he only spent R150 on
  • The people of Mzansi claim this is what happens when you stay at the groove too long, people rob you

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You better watch out when you at the groove because the waitrons are coming for your green, baba! A man almost got tricked into paying a R200 tip on a R150 bill, but luckily, all he had to drink that night was tonic water.

Groove, bill, social media, Mzansi
A man had to look at his bill a couple of times just to make sure he was seeing right when he saw a tip of R200 on a bill of R150. Image: Twitter / (@uPeace_)
Source: Twitter

It is nothing new that server people try and take advantage of intoxicated patrons… hospitality is a tough game and people need to eat.

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Twitter user @uPeace_ shared a picture of a slip he recently received that had him tripping. Our guy bought six tonic waters amounting to R150, but was slapped with a tip of R200… Something just does not add up, and you don’t have to be a mathematician to see it either.

“Please where on earth has the tip got to be more than the actual bill???”

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The people of Mzansi cannot believe the cheek of this club

While people should expect to get taken for a ride when chilling at a club at 2am… being this shameless about it is just jaw dropping. Peeps cannot believe that the waitron went this extreme and labelled the situation a crime if they ever did see one.

Take a look at some of the comments:

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@UberMimz_15 had a laugh:

“It was for time wasting. You came to the club and only bought tonic water.”

@thfctm has been burnt:

“Went to a certain chesa nyama yesterday and ended up paying the waitress a rather large tip for taking our meat from the counter to the braai stand. Moral of the story: Robbery occurs in broad daylight as well.”

@ayandaxo_ was shook:

“There’s still space for gratuity...”

@nthabeemosh wasn’t surprised:

@OwenKubekz had words:

Man at groove wears girl's pumps to get in, Mzansi in stitches: "Kanti do they all smell?"

In related news, Briefly News reported that most Saffas can tell of a funny groove story or two, but one about borrowing a strange girl's shoes to be allowed into a venue is almost unheard of.

That is the story of one Mzansi man, @IamTumz, who took to social media to let his followers in on the strange experience he once had.

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The tweet read:

"I once went to groove in Soweto wearing flip flops, they wouldn’t allow me in, and some girl borrowed me her pumps."

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