रेस्तरां में धोखाधड़ी करने के लिए मरी हुई मक्खी का इस्तेमाल करने वाले जोड़े की चौंकाने वाली कहानी वायरल: 'घृणित और दयनीय'

रेस्तरां में धोखाधड़ी करने के लिए मरी हुई मक्खी का इस्तेमाल करने वाले जोड़े की चौंकाने वाली कहानी वायरल: 'घृणित और दयनीय'

Shocking story of couple using dead fly to scam restaurants goes viral: 'Disgusting and pathetic'

Udit Bhandari, an X user, shared a disturbing story about a middle-aged couple who carry a dead fly to restaurants to get free meals.

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  • 25, Jun, 2024
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Shocking story of couple using dead fly to scam restaurants goes viral: 'Disgusting and pathetic'

Udit Bhandari, an X user, recently took to the microblogging platform to reveal a disturbing story about a middle-aged couple he met at a party. The tale he shared has since gained significant attention, with many people expressing their outrage in the comments section. According to Bhandari, this couple has developed a deceitful strategy to avoid paying for their meals at upscale restaurants.

In his post, Bhandari recounted how the couple carries a dead fly with them when they dine out. "Met a middle-aged couple at a party who revealed something quite disgusting. Apparently, it's something they do for fun, as they don't seem tight on money. They have, on several occasions, gone out to dine at 5* restaurants in Delhi/Gurgaon and carried with them a dead fly! Yes, a dead fly!" he wrote.

He elaborated that the couple would discreetly add the dead fly to their meal halfway through dining. Once the fly was in their food, they would create a scene, complaining loudly to the restaurant management. In an effort to appease the disgruntled diners, the management would often either waive the charge for that dish or, in many cases, offer the entire meal for free. Bhandari added, "They were proud to share this 'hack' for getting free meals and said they have done this many, many times!"

The post, shared on June 25, quickly went viral, amassing close to 2,000 views and sparking a wave of reactions from the online community. Many people were appalled by the couple's behavior and did not hold back in expressing their disapproval.

One user commented, "Yikes! 5-star restaurants in India aren't even that expensive." Another, Abhishek Bhardwaj, wrote, "I am glad that I haven't met anyone like them. I thought these types of people existed only in reel life, not real. You should start filtering your circle and the people you meet." This sentiment was echoed by others who found the couple's actions both unethical and revolting.

A particularly telling comment came from someone who shared a similar experience: "My brother used to work in McD part-time long back. He said that many privileged folks come to McD, eat halfway and complain about bread, veggies, or ordered something else. They will settle it by replacing another order or providing extra meals as a policy." This suggests that such deceitful practices might be more common than one might think, extending beyond just fine dining establishments.

Other commenters condemned the couple's behavior outright, labeling it as theft and fraud. One individual wrote, "Disgusting, pathetic, that's theft and fraud, shows their upbringing." Another user, Vivek, pointed out the moral bankruptcy of the couple, stating, "They seem to be not tight on money, but tight on basic civic sense and morality."

The post not only highlighted the lengths some people will go to in order to get something for free but also sparked a broader conversation about integrity and the value of honesty. The reactions from the community reflect a shared disdain for such dishonest tactics and a call for higher ethical standards in everyday life.

Bhandari's revelation serves as a stark reminder of the need for vigilance and integrity in both personal and public spheres. The outrage it generated is a testament to the public's intolerance for deceit and a collective demand for accountability and honesty. As the story continues to circulate, it remains to be seen if it will prompt any changes in how restaurants handle such situations or if it will serve as a deterrent to others who might consider similar schemes.

In a world where such dishonest practices can easily be exposed and shared widely, the story of the couple with the dead fly stands as a cautionary tale about the consequences of unethical behavior.

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