Waitress gets fired for putting her blood in someone's cocktail, but more shocking is the customer's reaction
Yes, this is a real story. Yes, I am quite disturbed.
A waitress in Japan has been fired for mixing her own blood into a cocktail. At the customer's request, which makes it slightly better. It'd be even more terrifying if she did it unprompted.
The restaurant she worked at is called Mondaiji Con Cafe Daku, which loosely translates to "Problem Child Dark Cafe." They tweeted out the news with an apology and called her actions “absolutely not acceptable.”
\u201cWaitress fired for mixing her own blood into cocktails: \u2018Job terrorism\u2019 https://t.co/iEIEJT1tUq\u201d— New York Post (@New York Post) 1681415938
She apparently put her blood into the cafe's signature drink, which usually uses fruit or syrups. After learning about her actions, the restaurant closed down for a day to replace all of the contaminated glasses and dump any bottles of alcohol that could potentially be tainted. They also called her actions, "job terrorism".
I must say, if there were ever a place to suspect someone put blood in your drink, this cafe is the one. For starter's, it's literally called "Problem Child Dark Cafe". The waitstaff also dress in gothic attire, donning dark clothing and makeup, which the restaurant itself describes as signals of “mentally unstable” or “problematic” women.
In case you weren't already aware, drinking other people's blood is a huge medical no-no. Dr. Zento Kitao told a Japanese news site, "Drinking the blood of other people is an extremely dangerous act. Cases of people getting infected from drinking another person’s blood are rare, but major diseases can be transmitted through blood, including HIV, hepatitis C, hepatitis B and syphilis. If there are wounds in the mouth, it is easy to be infected by blood transmissions.”
So this is all bizarre enough. But I can't get over the fact that a customer requested this chick's blood be put into his drink. I don't want to think about the motives there.
Lily is a Zoomer college dropout who somehow landed a writing gig here at LwC.com. In her spare time, she enjoys going for runs, touching grass, and occasionally tweeting tweets for fellow tweeters.
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