A restaurant has slammed two women who tried to leave without paying their bill, even though they had given them their track and trace details so were easily traceable.
Diners flee without paying but leave track and trace details: Ziggy’s restaurant in St.Andrews, Scotland, said that one of the women got up to leave with her children thus leaving the other to pay the bill but they had obviously forgotten that the restaurant had their details so could phone them to ask for the money and then call the police if they didn’t pay.
Ziggy’s shared the incident on their Facebook page detailing how the two diners arrived without making a reservation on the 28th September and, as there was space, were shown to a table where the restaurant staff took their details for track and trace, as per Government rules for coronavirus.
Before staff had a chance to clear the plates one woman left with kids leaving the other to pay. The payment didn’t go through so she had to go to her car to get another bank card the restaurant stated. The post continued “meanwhile her friend was in the car trying to make a quick getaway but was driving up a one-way street the wrong way.
She got into an altercation with a delivery driver who took a picture of her number plate. The post also claims that the restaurant called the number they left but just got “a load of abuse”. Ziggy’s has now passed all their details plus the photo of the car registration plate to police. Police are now pursuing an active line of inquiry involving a group who left the restaurant without paying on the evening of Monday 28th September.
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