By Janelle Griffith
The waitress's response to Fort Wayne, Indiana, on the gay traces that was written on the receipt, became viral. The attacker said she was working at a lunchtime on Tuesday at the Dash-In restaurant in Fort Wayne, where she worked for almost a year when she was assigned a table that was "unpleasant" by two men.
Eight years in the service sector has taught her to recognize when clients seem to want their space, she told NBC News in a telephone interview on Thursday. It seemed that this happened to two people at this table.
But when Grader, who is a gay, went to pick up a check after the men left, she discovered:
Crider said that her interaction with clients was short, but the note on the check left a stroke.
"If he goes to a restaurant today, I do not know who he is." She reported that she had written a note.
Then she uploaded a video to Facebook later that day and made the public public, thinking that some of her friends would share her and that the client could see her. The video was viewed over 680 thousand times after Thursday afternoon.
"Why did you feel the need, Sir, to write this," she asked in a video. "If you do not like fun people, that's all."
She added that her identity is more than her sexual orientation. "I need you to see you," she said. "I'm much more than this"
The offender said that the note hurts her, but support from her colleagues and Facebook users is rising.
"I go through the messages and the things people sent to me, and 99.9 percent of them are nothing but positive and encouraging, and this makes my heart happy," she told NBC News. said she needed to explain what happened to her 7-year-old son, Jacks, after local news visited their home this week.
"He asked what kind of noise," she said. "I broke it for a 7-year term, I used a lot of the word" bullying. "
Her son could not understand.
Krider said that his answer: they love your hair, Mom? You have really cool hair.