Corporate Fat Cat Offers Gracious Nod As Luncheon Waitress Tongs 2nd Dinner Roll Onto Side Plate — The Betoota Advocate

Corporate Fat Cat Offers Gracious Nod As Luncheon Waitress Tongs 2nd Dinner Roll Onto Side Plate — The Betoota Advocate

KEITH T. DENNETT | New South | CONTACT

One of Betoota’s leading businessmen is praising the work of a hospitality staff today, quite pleased to be given some extra special attention.

Attending a lavish corporate luncheon at the Betoota Convention Centre, its reported local commercial property tycoon Bob “Boarhead” Charmers is considering slipping waitstaff a tip, after receiving a bonus second dinner roll on his side plate.

A former Prop who represents ‘the big end of town’ at local chamber of commerce meetings, it’s understood years of winning and dining local council members has contributed to his bulging 145kg frame.

Parking himself down on a foldout chair after addressing the chamber with his opening speech, it’s believed Bob’s eyes scanned the room as a team of rushing wait staff began dishing up plates of corporate food for the large crowd of 100.

Watching in dismay at the size of the small dinner rolls being served up, it’s believed Bob’s luncheon was soon boosted by the generous behaviour of one Eleanor Hustich, a 2nd year Criminology student who works as a waitress at the convention centre to help pay her university rent.

Taking one look at the foreboding frame of the corporate fat cat, it’s understood Eleanor rustled up the courage to break protocol, and serve up not one, but two dinner rolls to the clinking tunes of her servery tongs.

Sensationally hungry after his morning rubbing shoulders with Betoota’s big business types, Bob was seen offering a gracious nod before taking a moment to read the name tag of the kind server.

Speaking to the entrepreneurial waiter on her vape break, Eleanor told The Advocate her bread basket generosity would eventually pay dividends.

“We’re meant to serve each guest one butter and one bread, but look at the size of some of these corporate pigs and you know that won’t be enough.”

“I’ll be sure to do a lap past him during the dessert servings and he’ll probably slip me a $20 for my troubles!”

More to come.

Author: Stephen Bailey