I tipped a Starbucks worker with a bottle of vodka – but I've left people divided about whether I was being insensitiveApril 3, 2022
A TIKTOK video has left people divided on what is considered a proper tip for food service workers.
The video, which was posted on March 2, has sparked a heated debate in the comment section after a woman was seen reportedly using a bottle of vodka as a tip.
A TikTok creator, who runs the channel @tswizz86, posted a video of herself in a Starbucks driveway giving the barista a tiny bottle of vodka as a tip.
Once the barista hands her the coffee drink, @twizz86 hands her the bottle after turning towards the camera and telling the audience "this is her tip."
The comment section of that video has been filled with commenters choosing a side and expressing their views on her actions.
“The fact that (you’re) not even thinking of other (people) when you say that is so sad,” one commenter wrote.
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“Some (people) are in recovery young and it’s sad, but it’s (true), and you’re the problem, you think you can flaunt alcohol like it’s nothing and it’s really hard for (people) in recovery when (they) come into contact with (people) like you," they added, according to Dailydot.com
The original creator responded to some of the comments saying that she tipped the barista $50 after the video was made and that she won't be tiptoeing around society because of everyone's issues.
Other commenters took offense to how the video creator made a joke at the employee's expense.
“A good joke/prank doesn’t cause harm,” another commenter wrote according to Dailydot.com
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“You’ve seen all the relapse comments, but even just getting in trouble (with their) boss for the bottle being (there).”
However, some people did find the humor in the video.
Others expressed that they would have just liked a cash tip.
“I don’t want alcohol, tip me with money like a normal person,” another wrote according to the site.“This ain’t it.”
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