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Patrons Leave Receipt With Racist Note at Mexican-Owned Restaurant

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“The owner is Mexican. We will not return. America first,” read the shocking receipt left at a San Antonio eatery

“This is Trump’s America. Disgusting,” read the original tweet that distributed the image of the receipt.

The staff at a restaurant in San Antonio has been left in shock after receiving a racist note on a receipt from a customer stating, “The food was tasty, and the service was attentive. ‘America first.’”

Fernando Franco, owner of The Italian restaurant, Di Frabo, was shocked by the note. He has owned the Texas restaurant for one and a half years, and owns several restaurants in Mexico, where he and his wife are from.

my dad's friend owns a restaurant and he got this today in one of the receipts.
This is Trump's America, disgusting. pic.twitter.com/u0E9ZNbPmu

— Luis Botello Faz (@luisbotello41) February 4, 2017

"I told my staff the good thing is that they said that the food was tasty and the service was attentive so I guess that's a good thing," Franco told local news station KSAT. Franco also said he “can’t control where [he] was born.”

Since the image of the receipt was posted on social media, Franco received numerous calls and emails of support from customers and non-customers alike.

Franco said he had an idea of who might have written the note, but he invites them to come back to dine at Di Frabo regardless.


A Waitress Was Left a Racist, Xenophobic Message Instead of a Tip

When tips go viral, it's usually because a customer dropped a massive amount of money on the table, or some mouth-breather decided it was the best way to leave their server a rude message. John Elledge, however, was so incensed by the hateful, racist note his 18-year-old granddaughter, Sadie Karina Elledge, received in lieu of a gratuity, that he shared a photo of the receipt with the world.

Last week, customers dining at Jess' Lunch in Harrisonburg, Virginia wrote, "We only tip citizens" where they should have left Sadie 20 percent. When the waitress, who is of Mexican and Honduran descent, showed the receipt to Elledge, he posted it on Facebook and wrote his own note to the customer who signed it: "You are a complete and total piece of dung."

"I just thought it was really disrespectful. You should treat everybody the same," Sadie said in an interview with WHSV on Facebook Live on Thurday. "Like, just because you can tell that I’m Hispanic does not mean anything bad. Treat me the same way as you would want to be treated."

Though Elledge is white, he told the Washington Post that he married a Honduran woman in the 1980s and adopted her children. Sadie's father— Elledge's son— is Honduran, and her mother is Mexican. She was born in the United States, making her a US citizen, and Elledge considers his household "a pretty typical bicultural family.” He saw the customer's note as a particularly painful affront to his grandchild's multi-cultural identity.

"I’d happily do the jail time if I could get just one solid punch in to the face of the son of a bitch who paid for his meal at the luncheonette where my granddaughter works and left the receipt for her with a note saying, “Sorry, we only tip citizens,” Elledge, who is a lawyer, wrote on Facebook.

After Elledge's post went viral, the couple who left Sadie the note returned to Jess' Lunch to berate the manager. They were upset that four digits from their credit card were legible, and now being shared around the world. But before things reached a head, Elledge arrived at the restaurant to confront the customers.

"[The woman who paid for the meal] was asking me why I posted it," Elledge said. "I said obviously, it was an insult—your signature against my granddaughter—darn right I’m going to post it. And no apologies."​


A Waitress Was Left a Racist, Xenophobic Message Instead of a Tip

When tips go viral, it's usually because a customer dropped a massive amount of money on the table, or some mouth-breather decided it was the best way to leave their server a rude message. John Elledge, however, was so incensed by the hateful, racist note his 18-year-old granddaughter, Sadie Karina Elledge, received in lieu of a gratuity, that he shared a photo of the receipt with the world.

Last week, customers dining at Jess' Lunch in Harrisonburg, Virginia wrote, "We only tip citizens" where they should have left Sadie 20 percent. When the waitress, who is of Mexican and Honduran descent, showed the receipt to Elledge, he posted it on Facebook and wrote his own note to the customer who signed it: "You are a complete and total piece of dung."

"I just thought it was really disrespectful. You should treat everybody the same," Sadie said in an interview with WHSV on Facebook Live on Thurday. "Like, just because you can tell that I’m Hispanic does not mean anything bad. Treat me the same way as you would want to be treated."

Though Elledge is white, he told the Washington Post that he married a Honduran woman in the 1980s and adopted her children. Sadie's father— Elledge's son— is Honduran, and her mother is Mexican. She was born in the United States, making her a US citizen, and Elledge considers his household "a pretty typical bicultural family.” He saw the customer's note as a particularly painful affront to his grandchild's multi-cultural identity.

"I’d happily do the jail time if I could get just one solid punch in to the face of the son of a bitch who paid for his meal at the luncheonette where my granddaughter works and left the receipt for her with a note saying, “Sorry, we only tip citizens,” Elledge, who is a lawyer, wrote on Facebook.

After Elledge's post went viral, the couple who left Sadie the note returned to Jess' Lunch to berate the manager. They were upset that four digits from their credit card were legible, and now being shared around the world. But before things reached a head, Elledge arrived at the restaurant to confront the customers.

"[The woman who paid for the meal] was asking me why I posted it," Elledge said. "I said obviously, it was an insult—your signature against my granddaughter—darn right I’m going to post it. And no apologies."​


A Waitress Was Left a Racist, Xenophobic Message Instead of a Tip

When tips go viral, it's usually because a customer dropped a massive amount of money on the table, or some mouth-breather decided it was the best way to leave their server a rude message. John Elledge, however, was so incensed by the hateful, racist note his 18-year-old granddaughter, Sadie Karina Elledge, received in lieu of a gratuity, that he shared a photo of the receipt with the world.

Last week, customers dining at Jess' Lunch in Harrisonburg, Virginia wrote, "We only tip citizens" where they should have left Sadie 20 percent. When the waitress, who is of Mexican and Honduran descent, showed the receipt to Elledge, he posted it on Facebook and wrote his own note to the customer who signed it: "You are a complete and total piece of dung."

"I just thought it was really disrespectful. You should treat everybody the same," Sadie said in an interview with WHSV on Facebook Live on Thurday. "Like, just because you can tell that I’m Hispanic does not mean anything bad. Treat me the same way as you would want to be treated."

Though Elledge is white, he told the Washington Post that he married a Honduran woman in the 1980s and adopted her children. Sadie's father— Elledge's son— is Honduran, and her mother is Mexican. She was born in the United States, making her a US citizen, and Elledge considers his household "a pretty typical bicultural family.” He saw the customer's note as a particularly painful affront to his grandchild's multi-cultural identity.

"I’d happily do the jail time if I could get just one solid punch in to the face of the son of a bitch who paid for his meal at the luncheonette where my granddaughter works and left the receipt for her with a note saying, “Sorry, we only tip citizens,” Elledge, who is a lawyer, wrote on Facebook.

After Elledge's post went viral, the couple who left Sadie the note returned to Jess' Lunch to berate the manager. They were upset that four digits from their credit card were legible, and now being shared around the world. But before things reached a head, Elledge arrived at the restaurant to confront the customers.

"[The woman who paid for the meal] was asking me why I posted it," Elledge said. "I said obviously, it was an insult—your signature against my granddaughter—darn right I’m going to post it. And no apologies."​


A Waitress Was Left a Racist, Xenophobic Message Instead of a Tip

When tips go viral, it's usually because a customer dropped a massive amount of money on the table, or some mouth-breather decided it was the best way to leave their server a rude message. John Elledge, however, was so incensed by the hateful, racist note his 18-year-old granddaughter, Sadie Karina Elledge, received in lieu of a gratuity, that he shared a photo of the receipt with the world.

Last week, customers dining at Jess' Lunch in Harrisonburg, Virginia wrote, "We only tip citizens" where they should have left Sadie 20 percent. When the waitress, who is of Mexican and Honduran descent, showed the receipt to Elledge, he posted it on Facebook and wrote his own note to the customer who signed it: "You are a complete and total piece of dung."

"I just thought it was really disrespectful. You should treat everybody the same," Sadie said in an interview with WHSV on Facebook Live on Thurday. "Like, just because you can tell that I’m Hispanic does not mean anything bad. Treat me the same way as you would want to be treated."

Though Elledge is white, he told the Washington Post that he married a Honduran woman in the 1980s and adopted her children. Sadie's father— Elledge's son— is Honduran, and her mother is Mexican. She was born in the United States, making her a US citizen, and Elledge considers his household "a pretty typical bicultural family.” He saw the customer's note as a particularly painful affront to his grandchild's multi-cultural identity.

"I’d happily do the jail time if I could get just one solid punch in to the face of the son of a bitch who paid for his meal at the luncheonette where my granddaughter works and left the receipt for her with a note saying, “Sorry, we only tip citizens,” Elledge, who is a lawyer, wrote on Facebook.

After Elledge's post went viral, the couple who left Sadie the note returned to Jess' Lunch to berate the manager. They were upset that four digits from their credit card were legible, and now being shared around the world. But before things reached a head, Elledge arrived at the restaurant to confront the customers.

"[The woman who paid for the meal] was asking me why I posted it," Elledge said. "I said obviously, it was an insult—your signature against my granddaughter—darn right I’m going to post it. And no apologies."​


A Waitress Was Left a Racist, Xenophobic Message Instead of a Tip

When tips go viral, it's usually because a customer dropped a massive amount of money on the table, or some mouth-breather decided it was the best way to leave their server a rude message. John Elledge, however, was so incensed by the hateful, racist note his 18-year-old granddaughter, Sadie Karina Elledge, received in lieu of a gratuity, that he shared a photo of the receipt with the world.

Last week, customers dining at Jess' Lunch in Harrisonburg, Virginia wrote, "We only tip citizens" where they should have left Sadie 20 percent. When the waitress, who is of Mexican and Honduran descent, showed the receipt to Elledge, he posted it on Facebook and wrote his own note to the customer who signed it: "You are a complete and total piece of dung."

"I just thought it was really disrespectful. You should treat everybody the same," Sadie said in an interview with WHSV on Facebook Live on Thurday. "Like, just because you can tell that I’m Hispanic does not mean anything bad. Treat me the same way as you would want to be treated."

Though Elledge is white, he told the Washington Post that he married a Honduran woman in the 1980s and adopted her children. Sadie's father— Elledge's son— is Honduran, and her mother is Mexican. She was born in the United States, making her a US citizen, and Elledge considers his household "a pretty typical bicultural family.” He saw the customer's note as a particularly painful affront to his grandchild's multi-cultural identity.

"I’d happily do the jail time if I could get just one solid punch in to the face of the son of a bitch who paid for his meal at the luncheonette where my granddaughter works and left the receipt for her with a note saying, “Sorry, we only tip citizens,” Elledge, who is a lawyer, wrote on Facebook.

After Elledge's post went viral, the couple who left Sadie the note returned to Jess' Lunch to berate the manager. They were upset that four digits from their credit card were legible, and now being shared around the world. But before things reached a head, Elledge arrived at the restaurant to confront the customers.

"[The woman who paid for the meal] was asking me why I posted it," Elledge said. "I said obviously, it was an insult—your signature against my granddaughter—darn right I’m going to post it. And no apologies."​


A Waitress Was Left a Racist, Xenophobic Message Instead of a Tip

When tips go viral, it's usually because a customer dropped a massive amount of money on the table, or some mouth-breather decided it was the best way to leave their server a rude message. John Elledge, however, was so incensed by the hateful, racist note his 18-year-old granddaughter, Sadie Karina Elledge, received in lieu of a gratuity, that he shared a photo of the receipt with the world.

Last week, customers dining at Jess' Lunch in Harrisonburg, Virginia wrote, "We only tip citizens" where they should have left Sadie 20 percent. When the waitress, who is of Mexican and Honduran descent, showed the receipt to Elledge, he posted it on Facebook and wrote his own note to the customer who signed it: "You are a complete and total piece of dung."

"I just thought it was really disrespectful. You should treat everybody the same," Sadie said in an interview with WHSV on Facebook Live on Thurday. "Like, just because you can tell that I’m Hispanic does not mean anything bad. Treat me the same way as you would want to be treated."

Though Elledge is white, he told the Washington Post that he married a Honduran woman in the 1980s and adopted her children. Sadie's father— Elledge's son— is Honduran, and her mother is Mexican. She was born in the United States, making her a US citizen, and Elledge considers his household "a pretty typical bicultural family.” He saw the customer's note as a particularly painful affront to his grandchild's multi-cultural identity.

"I’d happily do the jail time if I could get just one solid punch in to the face of the son of a bitch who paid for his meal at the luncheonette where my granddaughter works and left the receipt for her with a note saying, “Sorry, we only tip citizens,” Elledge, who is a lawyer, wrote on Facebook.

After Elledge's post went viral, the couple who left Sadie the note returned to Jess' Lunch to berate the manager. They were upset that four digits from their credit card were legible, and now being shared around the world. But before things reached a head, Elledge arrived at the restaurant to confront the customers.

"[The woman who paid for the meal] was asking me why I posted it," Elledge said. "I said obviously, it was an insult—your signature against my granddaughter—darn right I’m going to post it. And no apologies."​


A Waitress Was Left a Racist, Xenophobic Message Instead of a Tip

When tips go viral, it's usually because a customer dropped a massive amount of money on the table, or some mouth-breather decided it was the best way to leave their server a rude message. John Elledge, however, was so incensed by the hateful, racist note his 18-year-old granddaughter, Sadie Karina Elledge, received in lieu of a gratuity, that he shared a photo of the receipt with the world.

Last week, customers dining at Jess' Lunch in Harrisonburg, Virginia wrote, "We only tip citizens" where they should have left Sadie 20 percent. When the waitress, who is of Mexican and Honduran descent, showed the receipt to Elledge, he posted it on Facebook and wrote his own note to the customer who signed it: "You are a complete and total piece of dung."

"I just thought it was really disrespectful. You should treat everybody the same," Sadie said in an interview with WHSV on Facebook Live on Thurday. "Like, just because you can tell that I’m Hispanic does not mean anything bad. Treat me the same way as you would want to be treated."

Though Elledge is white, he told the Washington Post that he married a Honduran woman in the 1980s and adopted her children. Sadie's father— Elledge's son— is Honduran, and her mother is Mexican. She was born in the United States, making her a US citizen, and Elledge considers his household "a pretty typical bicultural family.” He saw the customer's note as a particularly painful affront to his grandchild's multi-cultural identity.

"I’d happily do the jail time if I could get just one solid punch in to the face of the son of a bitch who paid for his meal at the luncheonette where my granddaughter works and left the receipt for her with a note saying, “Sorry, we only tip citizens,” Elledge, who is a lawyer, wrote on Facebook.

After Elledge's post went viral, the couple who left Sadie the note returned to Jess' Lunch to berate the manager. They were upset that four digits from their credit card were legible, and now being shared around the world. But before things reached a head, Elledge arrived at the restaurant to confront the customers.

"[The woman who paid for the meal] was asking me why I posted it," Elledge said. "I said obviously, it was an insult—your signature against my granddaughter—darn right I’m going to post it. And no apologies."​


A Waitress Was Left a Racist, Xenophobic Message Instead of a Tip

When tips go viral, it's usually because a customer dropped a massive amount of money on the table, or some mouth-breather decided it was the best way to leave their server a rude message. John Elledge, however, was so incensed by the hateful, racist note his 18-year-old granddaughter, Sadie Karina Elledge, received in lieu of a gratuity, that he shared a photo of the receipt with the world.

Last week, customers dining at Jess' Lunch in Harrisonburg, Virginia wrote, "We only tip citizens" where they should have left Sadie 20 percent. When the waitress, who is of Mexican and Honduran descent, showed the receipt to Elledge, he posted it on Facebook and wrote his own note to the customer who signed it: "You are a complete and total piece of dung."

"I just thought it was really disrespectful. You should treat everybody the same," Sadie said in an interview with WHSV on Facebook Live on Thurday. "Like, just because you can tell that I’m Hispanic does not mean anything bad. Treat me the same way as you would want to be treated."

Though Elledge is white, he told the Washington Post that he married a Honduran woman in the 1980s and adopted her children. Sadie's father— Elledge's son— is Honduran, and her mother is Mexican. She was born in the United States, making her a US citizen, and Elledge considers his household "a pretty typical bicultural family.” He saw the customer's note as a particularly painful affront to his grandchild's multi-cultural identity.

"I’d happily do the jail time if I could get just one solid punch in to the face of the son of a bitch who paid for his meal at the luncheonette where my granddaughter works and left the receipt for her with a note saying, “Sorry, we only tip citizens,” Elledge, who is a lawyer, wrote on Facebook.

After Elledge's post went viral, the couple who left Sadie the note returned to Jess' Lunch to berate the manager. They were upset that four digits from their credit card were legible, and now being shared around the world. But before things reached a head, Elledge arrived at the restaurant to confront the customers.

"[The woman who paid for the meal] was asking me why I posted it," Elledge said. "I said obviously, it was an insult—your signature against my granddaughter—darn right I’m going to post it. And no apologies."​


A Waitress Was Left a Racist, Xenophobic Message Instead of a Tip

When tips go viral, it's usually because a customer dropped a massive amount of money on the table, or some mouth-breather decided it was the best way to leave their server a rude message. John Elledge, however, was so incensed by the hateful, racist note his 18-year-old granddaughter, Sadie Karina Elledge, received in lieu of a gratuity, that he shared a photo of the receipt with the world.

Last week, customers dining at Jess' Lunch in Harrisonburg, Virginia wrote, "We only tip citizens" where they should have left Sadie 20 percent. When the waitress, who is of Mexican and Honduran descent, showed the receipt to Elledge, he posted it on Facebook and wrote his own note to the customer who signed it: "You are a complete and total piece of dung."

"I just thought it was really disrespectful. You should treat everybody the same," Sadie said in an interview with WHSV on Facebook Live on Thurday. "Like, just because you can tell that I’m Hispanic does not mean anything bad. Treat me the same way as you would want to be treated."

Though Elledge is white, he told the Washington Post that he married a Honduran woman in the 1980s and adopted her children. Sadie's father— Elledge's son— is Honduran, and her mother is Mexican. She was born in the United States, making her a US citizen, and Elledge considers his household "a pretty typical bicultural family.” He saw the customer's note as a particularly painful affront to his grandchild's multi-cultural identity.

"I’d happily do the jail time if I could get just one solid punch in to the face of the son of a bitch who paid for his meal at the luncheonette where my granddaughter works and left the receipt for her with a note saying, “Sorry, we only tip citizens,” Elledge, who is a lawyer, wrote on Facebook.

After Elledge's post went viral, the couple who left Sadie the note returned to Jess' Lunch to berate the manager. They were upset that four digits from their credit card were legible, and now being shared around the world. But before things reached a head, Elledge arrived at the restaurant to confront the customers.

"[The woman who paid for the meal] was asking me why I posted it," Elledge said. "I said obviously, it was an insult—your signature against my granddaughter—darn right I’m going to post it. And no apologies."​


A Waitress Was Left a Racist, Xenophobic Message Instead of a Tip

When tips go viral, it's usually because a customer dropped a massive amount of money on the table, or some mouth-breather decided it was the best way to leave their server a rude message. John Elledge, however, was so incensed by the hateful, racist note his 18-year-old granddaughter, Sadie Karina Elledge, received in lieu of a gratuity, that he shared a photo of the receipt with the world.

Last week, customers dining at Jess' Lunch in Harrisonburg, Virginia wrote, "We only tip citizens" where they should have left Sadie 20 percent. When the waitress, who is of Mexican and Honduran descent, showed the receipt to Elledge, he posted it on Facebook and wrote his own note to the customer who signed it: "You are a complete and total piece of dung."

"I just thought it was really disrespectful. You should treat everybody the same," Sadie said in an interview with WHSV on Facebook Live on Thurday. "Like, just because you can tell that I’m Hispanic does not mean anything bad. Treat me the same way as you would want to be treated."

Though Elledge is white, he told the Washington Post that he married a Honduran woman in the 1980s and adopted her children. Sadie's father— Elledge's son— is Honduran, and her mother is Mexican. She was born in the United States, making her a US citizen, and Elledge considers his household "a pretty typical bicultural family.” He saw the customer's note as a particularly painful affront to his grandchild's multi-cultural identity.

"I’d happily do the jail time if I could get just one solid punch in to the face of the son of a bitch who paid for his meal at the luncheonette where my granddaughter works and left the receipt for her with a note saying, “Sorry, we only tip citizens,” Elledge, who is a lawyer, wrote on Facebook.

After Elledge's post went viral, the couple who left Sadie the note returned to Jess' Lunch to berate the manager. They were upset that four digits from their credit card were legible, and now being shared around the world. But before things reached a head, Elledge arrived at the restaurant to confront the customers.

"[The woman who paid for the meal] was asking me why I posted it," Elledge said. "I said obviously, it was an insult—your signature against my granddaughter—darn right I’m going to post it. And no apologies."​


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