Yeah, that might make me just a bit angry as well.
I don't believe it. Her chest isn't big enough to work at Hooters.
Unless there's a new mini-hooters chain anyway.
Shes stacked compared to some of the ones Ive seen here in Columbus
Really? My condolences .
I'm shocked someone as tiny as her would even apply for a job at "Hooters" to be honest. Unless of course she was planning to use her pay for an enlargement, at which point she would then fit the mold of a "Hooters" waitress.
EDIT: Guess it could be the picture too. Might not be as tiny as I originally thought, but still small.
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knapplc wrote:This story is legit. I remember reading about it a while ago. She's suing them for the "toy Yoda" thing.
I am guessing she has no case if it wasn't in writing.
Waitress Wins Toy Yoda Case.
A waitress sued a Hooters restaurant franchisee Gulf Coast Wings, Inc. because they gave her a toy Yoda doll as a contest prize instead of the Toyota car she was expecting. Jodee Berry won a contest to see who could sell the most beer at the Hooters in Panama City Beach.
She said the top-selling waitresses from each Hooters restaurant in the area were entered into a drawing to win a Toyota. Being the top seller, she believed she'd won a new car.
She was blindfolded and led to the parking lot, but when her blindfold was removed she found she was not the winner of a Toyota, but a toy Yoda doll from the "Star Wars" movies. Jodee didn't take the joke too well. After the stunt, Berry quit the restaurant and filed a lawsuit alleging breach of contract and fraudulent misrepresentation.
The former Hooters waitress here settled her lawsuit and can now, according to her lawyer, "pick out whatever type of Toyota she wants,"
The restaurant's manager said the whole contest was just an April Fools' joke.
I wonder who's laughing now.
Source: Mercury News, "Former waitress settles toy Yoda lawsuit against Hooters restaurant," May 9, 2002.