Toby Carvery Apologises After Waitress Tells Glamour Model At Least I Dont Get My Tts Out On Tv
Toby Carvery apologises after waitress tells glamour model: "At least I don't get my t*ts out on TV"
Bosses at a Toby Carvery have apologised after a waitress shouted at a TV glamour model, telling her: "At least I don”t get my t*ts out on TV".
Rachel Hobbs, also known as model Lacey Lorenzo, was celebrating her 21st birthday at the The Crown in Bromley, south London, last month.
But when she complained to a waitress that the paper plates used to hand out her birthday cake looked "dirty", she says she was met with a mouthful of abuse.
Speaking this week, Rachel said the waitress, who recognised her from TV, shouted: "At least I don”t get my t*ts out on TV!"
The glamour model, who has worked for late night TV shows Babestation and xxXpanded, said the waitress shouted so loudly that everybody in the pub could hear.
FacebookGlamour girl: Rachel has appeared as Lacey Lorenzo on late-night TV show Babestation
Rachel said that her 76-year-old grandmother, who was at the meal, didn”t know what she did for a living and only found out when the waitress shouted at her.
She said: "The waitress shouted out in front of everybody “At least I don”t get my t*ts out on TV!
"I just wanted to go there because I really enjoy roast dinners. It was so messed up.
"It”s so unprofessional to do that for someone. It”s just my job."
She told the News Shopper newspaper this week: "It ruined my birthday. I was crying. I just wanted to have fun on that day."
Bosses at the restaurant called 999 after Rachel got "very angry", but police confirmed that no action was taken following the incident on December 8.
Rachel”s mum, Maria Draa, 55, said: "The police were called because my daughter lost her temper. We were just gobsmacked."
FacebookReveal: Rachel says her elderly grandma didn”t know what she did for a living before the incident
A spokesman for the Toby Carvery said this week: "We apologise to Rachel or her family for any upset caused and for the unprofessional comments made by a member of our team.
"We have investigated the complaint fully and are dealing with the employee involved.
"Our manager apologised unreservedly to the family at the time and also waived the meal bill as a gesture of goodwill."
A spokesman for the Met Police said they were called to a disturbance at the carvery at 10.30pm on December 8, but that no action was taken.
He said: "Officers attended the scene but were not required as there had only been a verbal altercation between a staff member and a customer."
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