The waiter-customer relationship is in a constant state of fluctuation. Waitstaff are required to serve and to be respectful of their customers, and in turn, customers should be respectful of their servers, but we all know that that’s not always the case. Restaurant workers have dealt with their fair share of horrible customers, but there are some who deserve a special mention. From dropping turds on the floor to contacting the server’s parents on social media; here are some of the worst customers we’ve ever heard of.
40. The Scratch-off Tip
“I once took care of a family of four, and it was the husband’s birthday. They were my last table, so I had tried very hard to give them good service. Being that I worked at this restaurant for years, I was in pretty good with the managers so I could get people upgraded food items for free. I got the husband a free add-on salad and a large chocolate sundae for his family to share. Dude asks me, ‘do you play the lottery? Because you just won,’ and proceeds to hand me a scratch-off ticket with $50 in winnings as a tip.
When I go to the gas station to cash it in the next day, I found out that the guy (husband) had already cashed it in. We paid 3% on our tables totals, so I ended up paying $5 for them to eat and get a bunch of free stuff on my behalf.”
39. The Scary Stalker
“I was waitressing at Denny’s. There was a guy who tried to hit on me and give me his number. I said I’m in a relationship, to which he responded, ‘he doesn’t have to know.’ I just kind of brushed it off and focused on my other tables. He eventually leaves. Later I go out for a cigarette, and he’s just sitting on the curb outside. It freaked me out. I told management, and the manager and the cook go outside, and that was the end of it, or so I thought.
At the end of my shift, my boyfriend comes to meet me. We walk around for a bit, and I notice the same guy is walking around following us. I tell my boyfriend, and he’s like, ‘let’s get out of here.’ So, we walk away from this guy, and he yells something. My boyfriend pulled out his pocketknife just in case. We jog back to Denny’s and tell the manager that the same man is following us. He then goes outside, sees the guy and tells him to piss off. The guy proceeds to walk around the building in circles until my boyfriend calls the police. It was scary.”
38. Contacting My Parents
“Last Christmas, I was serving an older man who came in during a rush. The cooks had messed up his order, and I mistakenly hadn’t noticed. He cussed me out in front of multiple other people, cussed me out to my manager, and filed a complaint.
That was just the beginning. [He] Found my Facebook page then proceeded to message my parents to tell them how much of a mistake I was.”
37. Have Whatever You Want
“I used to work at Red Lobster, and on one of my shifts, I had a kid (around 8 or 10 years old) come in for a celebratory meal with his family. His dad said he could get whatever he wanted, so naturally, the kid orders enough snow crab legs for seventeen people.
He proceeds to eat everything, and his dad is very proud. A few minutes later, he starts vomiting. All over the table. He managed to aim it into a bowl after the first few seconds and then proceeded to hand the puke filled bowl to me while asking for a new one.”
36. Using My Tips
“One day, during my shift, I had a table of about 9-10 people. We were in a small town in Texas, so our busiest time was right after church got out. They stayed for about an hour, and everything was great the entire time they were there. Then they all paid, and pretty much everyone laid down tips, but I couldn’t clean the table or pick up the tips until everyone had left.
This one woman stayed behind until everyone was gone then proceeded to pick up all the tips which she then used to pay for her food. I was about to say something when my manager told me to leave it alone and not say anything to the customer. He followed her and asked her not to come back again, but I never got those tips.”
35. “This Is Why We Finish High School”
“I did a stint at Starbucks, inside the Target I was working at. I had just graduated, and they offered to let me manage it. It was good money. Of special note, the just-graduated bit.; graduated from college, as had the person I was working with. We made this woman’s iced tea wrong. I don’t remember why, it was a silly mistake, but those happen. It would have taken all of thirty seconds to remake it.
She threw it back across the counter, literally threw it, turned to her daughter and said in the most preppy, never worked a day in her life soccer mom ‘trophy’ wife voice, ‘See, this is why we finish high school.’ Being the manager, I refused her any further service. She thought she had me by the short hairs when she went to get the Target store manager. But when a ton of other customers backed up my story, she was removed from Target.”
34. 72-cent Tip on an $80 Bill
“I worked at Friendly’s when I was 16, and it was my first serving job. One day, I’m sat a group of ten people, two of whom were counselors, the rest were special needs adults. As soon as I introduce myself to the table, one of the counselors cuts me off and says, ‘They all want Cokes. Bring them an extra cup with ice so we can pour in a little at a time.’ No problem. Come out with eight Cokes and eight glasses of ice. One member of the group gets excited and grabs my arm, causing me to spill the drinks on the floor.
All of the clients at the table start laughing, and the same counselor tells me I need to ‘be more careful.’ After I clean everything up, I get the food order (lots of dietary restrictions.) As I start running the food out, the SAME CLIENT GOES FOR MY ARM AGAIN. I avoided his grasp, but the counselor hisses ‘Watch yourself’ like I had done something wrong. The table eats and gets ready to leave. The counselor leaves me a 72-cent tip on an $80 bill. On the way out the door, she grabs my arm and says, ‘Someone pissed the seat. Wear gloves when you clean it up.’ I worked at several restaurants since then over the last ten years, but this is still my worst experience.”
33. I Have My Own Dessert
“On a seemingly normal work night, I asked a couple sat at one of my tables if they wanted dessert. The guy proceeded to stick his hand in between his girlfriend/wife/whatever she was thighs and says, ‘no thanks, I got my dessert right here.’
At the time I was horrified, but now having an office job, I wish I could have those strange interactions again instead of the typical office talk.”
32. The Sucky Steak
“I wait tables in a country club. I had a couple come in once and as they were sitting down, and before I had even introduced myself, the woman was already complaining. She started off by telling me every time she gets the filet mignon it’s awful and cooked wrong. I suggested she tried something else. Nope, she goes for the same thing again.
When the steak arrives, she grabs her butter knife, and legit slaps the top of the steak with the flat of it three times and goes, ‘This is disgusting.’ She hasn’t even cut into it or tasted it. She also left me a comment card, just saying ‘STEAK SUCKED.'”
31. Calling Rich Daddy
“A skinny, somewhat pretty woman around 18 years old comes in and seats herself at one of my tables. She then proceeded to order about four entrees. After eating all of the food (without using any utensils), she went to the bathroom and ‘purged.’ She came back out and ordered four more entrees. She kept asking for anything with cheese. She would continually get up every 15 minutes or so and go to the bathroom to throw up.
By the time she was done, her bill had passed $300, and she was not able to pay for it. The cops knew who she was as she does this frequently enough. Her father was a rich idiot who came and paid her bill. I would rather deal with a pissed off customer then the sadness that girl caused me that day.”
30. Throwing Stuff at a Pregnant Lady
“I was around eight months pregnant and while working at a bar when this happened. This dude gets up to go to the bathroom and falls into multiple tables on the way back. I notified his group that they were all cool to hang out a while, but I couldn’t serve that friend any more booze. They were totally nice about it and settled up their tabs as they were heading out soon anyways.
The guy comes back and orders a beer. I tell him no, that he’s had too much and should have a few glasses of water. [He] didn’t like that. Threw his beer mug at my pregnant head, yelling about how pregnant chicks shouldn’t work in bars, and stumble-runs out. I was pretty livid.”
29. Walk Next Door to Get a Coke
“One evening, a man comes in alone and snaps at me to get my attention. Before I can speak, he says, ‘Coke. With a lemon wedge.’ We were a tiny little cafe without the funding for a machine, so we didn’t serve soda. It turns out; he actually wanted me to walk next door, buy him a coke, and then bring it in and serve it to him.
I told him as politely as I could that this was absolutely not happening, and he picked up [one of] the china teacups we put at each place setting and threw it on the ground, shattering it and cutting open my ankle just a bit.”
28. The Turd On The Floor
“It was one of my first tables of the evening. Family of five, mom, dad, two sons, and a little girl around 2 or 3 years old. The daughter had on a dirty shirt and no pants, just a diaper. On my way around the table to pass out beverages I pass the high chair I notice the little girl has her hand in her diaper.
I then proceed to watch her pull out a turd and throw it on the floor to join an even larger turd that was already there, slightly covered by a napkin. I turned to the parents and said, ‘Um, your daughter has a situation going on over here.’ The mother replies, ‘Uh, yeah, I know, I threw that napkin over it.'”
27. Beer All Over Me
“A family came in one night to have dinner, and the father had been drinking quite a bit already and was obviously buzzed. He started getting angrier every time I walked past.
When the table was waiting for dessert, the father thought it would be a good idea to stand up and pour his full glass of beer all over me — as I was serving the food to the family at the table next to them.”
26. The Woman Known As The Psychopath
“I waited on this woman who carried a Bible around with her everywhere and was generally known as a psychopath. She would drink 15 cups of coffee then pee in the booths; she would also scream at waitresses, scream at her reflection in the mirror, scream at the plants – you name it.
Everyone would fight over who got stuck waiting on her, and one day, I drew the short straw and waited on her.”
25. Asking For A Refund
“I once had a family of four come in: a wife, husband, and two kids. The wife ordered a cheeseburger, and everything seemed to be going well. I asked if they liked their food, and if there was anything I could get for them; they said everything was fine. The wife finished her burger, then went to my manager.
She told her that the burger was absolutely horrible and wanted a refund for the whole meal. My manager almost laughed at her and told her if she hadn’t finished the burger and had said something at the beginning, she would have gladly gotten her another burger. However, there was no way she was getting a meal for four for free, nor was she getting hers for free because she, at first, told me she liked it.”
24. I Don’t Talk To Black People
“We had a waitress run into the kitchen, bawling her eyes out. It took us a few minutes to find out what had happened from her. A customer kept telling his son what he wanted, and the son would tell this waitress.
When pressed by the waitress why he would not speak to her directly, he told his son to tell her, ‘I don’t talk to *a derogatory word for black people*.’ “We chased the idiot out of the place. We wanted to roll him, but he was pretty quick.”
23. Three Pieces of Corn
“I used to work at a quaint, family-owned seafood restaurant when I was a teenager. We sold fried corn; three pieces per order. If you wanted more, you better mention it, and it’s going to cost you extra. I had a woman pick up her order and then drive back, screeching how she didn’t get all of her corn. I open her bag – there are three pieces. I explain that it’s all there, no mistakes at all, and even offer to give her a free drink for her drive home.
She proceeds to go crazy inside the restaurant, demanding that we give her extra food for free because she thought the order came with more. Being extremely tiny and young, I was terrified. My managers are willing to work with misunderstandings, but they threw the woman out.”
22. Where’s My Spoon?
“Once, when I was working at this insanely popular breakfast joint, my first table of the morning was a seemingly adorable old couple. After going through our specials, at their request, she ordered the duck hash special, and he ordered two poached eggs on toast. All good. I bring them their food and the guy starts freaking out. You see, I didn’t bring him a tablespoon for his eggs. Granted, he didn’t ask for one, but according to him, everyone knows that poached eggs are supposed to be served with a tablespoon.
I’ve been a waitress for nearly a decade, and I’ve served a LOT of poached eggs, and I’ve never heard this rule. Nonetheless, I apologize profusely and tell him I’ll grab him a spoon. ‘No!’ he yells. ‘My breakfast is ruined now!’ and then, this grown adult throws his plate of food at me and storms out. His wife gives me a sympathetic smile as she slinks out behind him, and I work the next 8 hours with egg yolk stains all over me.”
21. Accidentally Spilling Water
“I accidentally spilled a small glass of water on a lady who was dining alone. The place was packed, and a customer had banged into me, making this happen. I apologized profusely, but she was absolutely vile. She was shouting at me so that the whole restaurant could hear. When she’d finished, I walked out into the kitchen and explained what I’d done to the manager and my coworker. They started laughing, and I started crying and told them how vile she’d been and I’d usually laugh too but couldn’t this time.
I told my manager how vile she’d been and with each word I could see him getting angrier and angrier until he said, ‘where is she?’ We left the kitchen, and I pointed her out. He marched over to her, I don’t know what he said, but it involved escorting her out while the customers who’d overheard her applauded. To my old manager Matt, you were a legend of a boss. To the lady, that’s why you dine alone. You are a horrible person.”
20. S0, I Quit
“I worked at a very popular chain wing place, you all know it. I had a group of 24 to myself, with other tables in my section, all separate checks, all mostly cash (which needed change), and all trying to pay at the same time. During this frantic moment of me hustling to make change and swipe cards, I have at least four of these people trying to sneak out the front door.
I saw them, slammed down everything in my hands, and chased them all the way to their cars. I confronted one of the girls as she rolled her window up while yelling ‘f-you,’ while peeling out of the parking lot. Forget the rest of them; I went back in… Mind you, NO support from fellow staff here. I get back into the rest of the people impatiently waiting for me, and some of them trying to tell me they already paid me when I know they didn’t. I was so angry that night I vowed to never put myself through that for so little again, so I quit. I love my job now.”
19. What Mussels Really Look Like
“I had a couple at one of my tables who order two bowls of mussels. When it arrives, they take each mussel out of its shell and then cut them up before eating them. When they saw the black stomach of the mussel… among other gross looking inside bits… they started yelling that I, the cooks, as well as the restaurant were trying to poison people.
They would not believe that mussels really do look as awful and horrifying as they honestly did. I ushered them out as quickly as I could… no bill… just please stop accusing me of attempted murder… it’s making everyone here uncomfortable.”
18. The Limo Full of Drunk People
“I work at a winery where we get the occasional limo full of drunk people. We do not allow them in, because we are not a bar and do not serve drunk people. Occasionally the manager (me) is away from the door, and that’s when they will attempt to sneak in. I had to approach one of them and tell them politely that their party had too much to drink and had to leave, and she said, ‘I’m not going anywhere.’ I assured her that my staff would not serve her, so it was pointless to insist on staying. I told her, if she didn’t leave within 5 minutes, she would be escorted by a police officer, and she said, ‘Bullshit. You’re not gonna do ish.’ So I called the local cop we have on-call right in front of her and said, ‘he is on his way.’
I then told her, ‘I suggest you leave if you want to save yourself the embarrassment.’ She proceeded to follow me into the back office (I was going out the side door to get the limo’s plate number), and she pushes me into a filing cabinet and says, ‘WE ARENT LEAVING, WITCH.’ Then her group came back, grabbed her, and they sped off in their limo. The cop arrived a minute later, and I gave him the plate number to give them a little scare. All this, for a glass of wine. Happens at least 3-5 times/year.”
17. The $0.50 Chip Tip
“I’m a blackjack dealer who makes $4/hr, and one night this group of guys all played about $40 each. Now, most people, when they are winning, will tip about $1 per bet. However, this was not the case with these guys.
After about 3 hours of dealing and paying out over $100 each to them, one guy hands me a $0.50 chip and says, ‘that’s for you bud.’”
16. Not On The Menu
“I work at an Italian family restaurant that is locally owned and a staple of the area. My very first day on the floor without a trainer was on Mother’s Day. Yes, in hindsight that was pretty foolish of the owner. A lady ordered gnocchi, and I wrote down her order. I get over to the Micros and can’t find gnocchi anywhere and for a good reason… it turns out we don’t serve gnocchi.
I go back over to the table to let the lady know we don’t sell that here and she starts screaming at me that I ruined her Mother’s Day; the entire day was ruined because I didn’t know we don’t serve gnocchi. I can understand being a little irritated at me, I really should have known that, but damn lady, look at the menu next time. And oh yeah, the SUPERB example you are setting for your kids. Idiot.”
15. Halloween Night
“During college, I worked at a small-town restaurant in Texas – you know, one of those chicken fried steak type places. It was Halloween night, and when all my friends were all out partying, I had the latest shift in the restaurant all to myself. It was totally dead that night, and I had very few tables. Just before I was about to close up, a really trashy family of eight people came in.
One guy dressed as Fred Flintstone covered his well-done steak in ketchup and soy sauce – a detail I’ll never forget. They were rude, demanding, and worst of all, incredibly loud for no reason whatsoever. After I tolerated these absolute slobs for a couple of hours, they finally left. And what did I find for my tip? A soiled diaper and a handful of small change ON the table.”
14. Minimum Wage Workers
“I was a host at Tumbleweed, and for some reason, people thought I was deaf. My favorite moment was when this seemingly nice 60-year-old woman turned to her 7-year-old granddaughter, pointed at me struggling with a huge bus bin because our busser called in sick, and said, ‘Remember honey, if you stay in school, you won’t ever have to do that!’ I was a senior in high school and had recently received an acceptance letter from the top college in my state.
I worked 35+ hours a week on top of school to help my dad keep our lights on. I heard variations of this comment, almost every ‘Kids Eat Free Sunday’ and every time I wondered if losing my job was worth more than my pride. Stop teaching your kids that minimum wage workers are lesser beings. I host at an upscale restaurant now, and that rarely happens.”
13. ‘That’ll Work”
“This happened on St Patrick’s Day two years ago. The other server had quit three days prior. I was the only server for the entire day, and it was me vs. 30 tables with anywhere between 4-8 people per table. This one table had been waiting for about 5 minutes before I was able to make it over to them. I greeted them and apologized for the wait. I informed the only woman at the table of our beer specials. I said ‘we have Bud Light, Yuengling, and Miller Lite for $3.50. You can get a pitcher of any of those for $10. Any of the three can be Green if you’d like.’
She replied with ‘yeah. We’ll have that.’ I wanted to clarify which one she wanted. Again, I was polite and friendly. She told me she wanted Yuengling. Okay cool. I asked her which size she would like: Pint or Pitcher. She said, ‘that’ll work.’ Now, I have a ton of other customers to serve. I’m trying to maintain being professional yet efficient. I ask her to clarify the size. She let out a deep sigh and turns to me. I kid you not; she says, ‘Do I have to carve the word stupid into your forehead?’ I just did an about-face and put the order in.”
12. Can You Change My Wine Please?
“This happened to an Indian friend I was working with at the time. He served two glasses of wine to a couple’s table. Ten minutes had gone by, and he noticed that they hadn’t drunk any, so we asked if they were ok.
They asked them to be changed purely because an Indian man had poured and served them. I was appalled, but he took it in his stride though, as ‘it happens more than you think.’
11. Her Blackened Toxic Heart
“At the time, I was an 18-year-old waiter working at a small-town Mexican restaurant. This middle-class 50-year-old woman orders the chimichanga, and she doesn’t like it. I offer to make it right by getting her a free drink while the kitchen makes the fix.
Needless to say, she has a blackened, toxic heart, and starts spewing horrible things at me; ‘this food is bad, and I bet your home life is bad too…I hope your romantic life is horrible…Who could possibly like you,’ stuff like that? And it went on and on. Her children, who were in their 20s, apologized profusely. It made me cry. It wasn’t like I gave bad service, she was just a cold, mean lady.”
10. Drama Involving an Ice Cream Cake
“I was a hostess at a restaurant, and one evening, a man brought in a cake for his mother’s birthday celebration that night. That was it. No big deal. I put the cake in the walk-in fridge and go about my shift. When it’s time to get the cake, I hear yelling in the back, and someone comes to get me to show me that the man brought an ICE CREAM cake and never said anything! There was melted ice cream everywhere, and we didn’t know what to do, so we made a joke out of it and put it on a tray and offered to give them free desserts.
Everyone at the table laughed except for the man’s wife. She wanted me fired because she said I wasted their money. She went on and on even after plenty of complimentary on their bill. Her husband got so fed up because she was making an absolute SCENE in the restaurant that he said, ‘you didn’t even pay for this, and you wouldn’t have eaten it anyway. Shut up.’ I’ve never seen someone turn such a deep shade of purple before. But that didn’t stop her from telling me that she was going to call corporate on me on her way out. Her husband then said ‘no, she’s not,’ and winked when they were walking out. His mother, whose birthday it was left the waitress a 30% tip for all the trouble her daughter-in-law caused.”
9. Blasting Cold Chili
“My first job was at a Wendy’s drive-through. A few kids from my high school cruelly made fun of my Vietnamese co-worker’s accent while ordering to the point where she was brought to tears. I decided to fill a large soda cup full of cold chili and blasted it through the order window into the driver’s face. It took everyone by surprise how calmly I explained why I did it with a smile.
The staff laughed, the manager was in shock, the customers were tense, and the kid who got chili on him was steaming. I took off my Wendy’s work shirt handed it to chili kid saying, ‘you want this?’ gesturing to his new decorated outfit. As I walked out, my manager said, ‘we have to fire you,’ to which I replied laughing, ‘I resigned two minutes ago.’”
8. Stabbed in The Hand
“A while back, a lady stabbed my hand with her fork when I tried to take her empty bread basket away. She said that it was impolite to reach over a table before asking permission. I said it was more impolite to stab someone.
I took nothing off her table for the rest of her meal, and she didn’t tip me. My manager said since she didn’t draw blood, I was being dramatic.”
7. Taking Someone Else’s Child
“I worked at a fancy-pants pizza restaurant in a resort town. Our clientele was usually very wealthy folk; mostly mid-twenty-year-olds finishing up a day of skiing or snowboarding. Well, in walks this older man, I’d say in his mid-50s. He starts going on and on about how he hasn’t eaten in days, and after ordering his food, he starts talking to himself and cussing up a storm. He then starts to pace around the restaurant and continues to cause a scene. I alert my manager, and he and I walk out from behind the counter just in case we need to intervene.
Well, this man then proceeds to walk up to a random family, who were sitting at a table, picks up their 4-year-old daughter, and just stand there holding her. The parents are horrified; just completely shocked and frozen. My manager bolts over, grabs the daughter from him, sets her back in her seat, and tells the dude to get the hell out. We figured out that the dude had just come down from the canyon after being on a bender on God knows what.”
6. Scum On The Bench Seat
“An older couple in their 70s came in with their 30-something-year-old son. The son was incredibly obese and STUNK to High Heaven (like I could smell him come into the restaurant). It was a tavern-style restaurant, and this happened during my first week as a waitress. They ordered two sides – salads, and their son ordered the full rack of BBQ ribs. When he started eating, he literally sounded like a pig or a troll while eating. People at surrounding tables literally asked for to-go boxes and their checks as soon as he got his food, it was that bad.
Near the end of their meal, the dad claimed to have found a hair in his salad, but he ate it anyway and “lost” the hair (obviously trying to get something for free, which we didn’t fall for). They paid their bill, left $5 (for myself and my trainer to split, on a $50 tab), and left. When I cleaned up, there was scum all over the bench seat where the son was sitting. I literally gagged while I scrubbed the bench seat. I scrubbed BBQ sauce off everything: the salt and pepper shakers, the drink menu, the table, the napkin box, the chairs he wasn’t even sitting in, everything. We had to go to the store and buy Febreze to try to clear up the smell, and for a good couple of hours, we used the secondary dining room for guests because that guy’s body odor lingered for so long. I legit threw up in the bathroom after I finished cleaning.”
5. “I’m Not Done Yet!”
“I was doing a routine check on a table that had been sitting for nearly two hours during the evening’s dinner rush. I noticed that they had finally finished their food, so I asked calmly — but very clearly and directly — if they were done and would like me to clear their plates.
They both completely ignored me. Seeing as there was literally NOTHING left on either plate, I reached down and began clearing them. The dude slapped my hand and said with a very raised voice, ‘I’M NOT DONE YET.’”
4. 50 Cent Tip On My Entire Shift
“A big group [came] in on a Sunday. Ordered endless cheap appetizer, waters all around, and they also asked for extra lemons. They stayed for a few hours asking for the cheapest items.
Total bill – $6. Got tipped 50 cents for having to wait around on them for literally my entire shift.”
3. Dining and Dashing on Thanksgiving
“A family of six dined and dashed on Thanksgiving. It was already rough having to work a family holiday, knowing my tribe was at home enjoying themselves — but to have to miss out on what should have been a good tip, it was just salt in the wound.
At the end of the night, I just cried. All of the servers rallied around me and tried to offer me a portion of their tips to make up for a loss.”
2. The White Wine Allergy
“A lady and her husband came in and before sitting down told us that she was deathly allergic to white wine, saying, verbatim, ‘If you feed me white wine, I will die.’ So, I run around double and triple-checking recipes and ingredients, making sure the kitchen is ready, so when she orders, I know her food will be safe.
Her husband orders the special and I make sure to tell her not to eat any of his meal as it is dressed in a Beurre blanc made with white wine and I’d like her to survive her dining experience. Well I bring out their food, and the first thing she does is scoop a big ol’ forkful of her husband’s special and I cry out in dismay as she […] says while chewing, ‘Oh, one bite won’t hurt.'”
1. Eating Too Much and Not Wanting To Pay
“While I worked in an all-you-can-eat restaurant, we frequently got customers who would eat three or four plates of food, then go and fill up another five, leave them all full on the table, and claim the food was all disgusting and then refuse to pay. There was one time in particular when a couple tried to do this. The managers got involved, and we refused to let the customers leave while they called the police.
The woman in the couple tried to push past one of my managers, and he took hold of her arm to stop her leaving. Cue shouts of assault and harassment and the male partner suddenly went crazy, shouting, ‘Don’t you freaking touch my woman!’ etc. Luckily, there was a full restaurant of people who were watching the show so that they couldn’t get away with it.”