A New Jersey waitress was let go after a receipt hoax she began online last month. Dayna Morales, 22, was terminated from her job after allegedly forging a note on a receipt she claimed was written by a family against her homosexual lifestyle. The former New Jersey waitress was sent money in support of the charity, Wounded Warriors Project. She has began paying that back to those who donated it, according to a Dec. 9 Christian Post report. The organization has no record of receiving money from Morales.
The restaurant's Facebook said this about Morales:
"In light of the investigation and recent events, both Ms. Morales and Gallop Asian Bistro have made a joint decision that Ms. Morales will no longer continue her employment at our restaurant. We wish her well in the future."
This is what the note read that the waitress claimed was written by the customers:
"I'm sorry but I cannot tip because I do not agree with your lifestyle."
Morales served in the Marines Reserve Corps, but was discharged under "less than honorable."
Several people have gotten their money back from the New Jersey waitress that was let go.
As for the tip Morales claimed she didn't get from the family, they did leave her an 18 on the $93.55 bill. When her story came out, the family spoke out and told their side of the story.
It was a terrible thing for this woman to deliberately make the restaurant's customers look bad. It clearly didn't pay off.