Dash diners scoffed £490 lobster and steak before speeding off without paying
A group of dash diners reportedly ate a lobster and steak lunch before "driving off as fast as you could" away from their £490 bill.
The brass-necked gang fled from Stubbs Restaurant in Ashford in Kent after chowing down on calamares, oysters and steak, forcing the establishment into a social media campaign to recoup their losses.
A bill posted showed the group had starters including three lobster, crab and shrimp cocktails costing £59.95, two crispy brie, at £17.90, calamares at £9.95 and a chicken liver pate at £8.95. They also had two orders of a dozen oysters at £16 each.
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"Please come back and pay your bill! We are a private restaurant and will not survive with you doing this to us," the Facebook statement read.
"You ate all of your meal and we gave you fabulous service…yet you drove off, as fast as you could, without paying."
For the main courses they had several lobster dishes including a large lobster thermadore at £72 then three regulars, costing £144. Then they had a steak at £28 and skate costing £23.95. Drinks on the bill included Malbec, Shiraz and Pinot Grigio wines and Thatchers cider.
The total bill came in at £489.90. But the restaurant got plenty of backing from its followers on the social media site.
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Debbie wrote: "Despicable behaviour! It makes me SO angry when people assume you can afford it when you own a business! Hope this lot of thrives get caught and charged."
Tracey said: "This makes me angry as all the staff Stubbs Restaurants are amazing and this is not acceptable looking at the receipt they had no intention of paying which makes me sad as we have been to Stubbs to celebrate birthdays, exams, anniversaries and would never think of this happening to them!"
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