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25 restaurant and hotel employees share stories of worst 'rich person' behavior they've ever seen.

25 restaurant and hotel employees share stories of worst 'rich person' behavior they've ever seen.

In an ideal world, extremely rich people would always be fantastic customers: they would be grateful, pleasant, and leave massive, life-changing tips. Of course, some do (like Jennifer Aniston, who once came into the restaurant where I used to work, ordered nothing, and still left the waitress a $100 tip)! But many don't. In fact, extremely wealthy people get a bad rap in the service industry for being demanding, entitled, and even stingy. No one has more experience with this than than people who work in high-end restaurants and luxury hotels, since they deal with the wealthiest, most privileged segment of society.

Someone asked Reddit: "people who work in high class restaurants and hotels, what is the most ridiculous, stereotypical 'rich person' thing you've ever experienced someone has done?" These 25 servers, bartenders, and hotel employees share their high-end horror stories...

Prepare to be infuriated.

1.) From emartinoo:

I've met two celebrities through my various work experiences.

Tim Allen requested that we close the small bakery that I worked at for him while he is as dining there. We did. He didn't leave a tip.

Later in my career I met Mario Batali (famous Food Network chef) and he was the most normal person ever. He took a class with us, and then proceeded to pay for everyone else's class that was in his group and bought lunch for the staff as well.

I guess both are stereotypical rich person things, for vastly different reasons.

Sources: Reddit
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