A waitress wrote a scathing Facebook letter to the woman who didn't leave a tip because she apparently thought the waitress was flirting with her husband.
Jessica Morris along with her new husband, Travis, work as servers at an unnamed restaurant in Centerville, Ohio, Daily Mail reports.
The two were working on November 8 when a newlywed couple came in with another couple and sat in Jessica's section.
Jessica soon learned the newlyweds were on their honeymoon and having dinner to celebrate their wedding.
FOX 8 reports Jessica wrote about the encounter on Facebook, saying,
After the people placed their orders, the new bride asked for the server's name.
In the now-deleted Facebook post, Jessica reportedly said,
Jessica said the table of four spent the night laughing and joking so she was shocked when she picked up the check and found no money in the tip section.
Next to the section on the receipt for "total" was a note from the new bride. The note allegedly said,
After getting home, Jessica wrote an open letter to the woman on Facebook expressing her deepest sympathies for the woman's unwarranted jealousy.
In a part addressed to the woman directly, Jessica wrote,
The post was reportedly deleted around 3 pm on Tuesday, but after being shared over 50,000 times, maybe it was seen by the new bride.
Citations: 'He's my husband, find your own!' Shocked waitress reveals the mean note that an 'insecure' customer left her instead of a tip (Daily Mail), Server posts open letter with advice to newlywed who refused to leave tip (FOX 8)