‘Shamed’ barista gets $83,800 in tips

‘Shamed’ barista gets $83,800 in tips

Amber Lynn Gilles, from California, was left fuming when Starbucks employee Lenin Gutierrez wouldn't take her order - but kind customers have tipped him a whopping £32,000 after hearing the tale.

San Deigo County issued a observe on Could 1 demanding inhabitants to wear experience-covering in most community settings, like when buying in a retail outlet or finding up foods at a restaurant.

Gutierrez posted a video to a Facebook thanking his donors.

A San Diego Starbuck's barista is in for a huge tip after a GoFundMe in his honor has amassed more than $8,000 in donations following a viral post from a disgruntled "Karen" who he denied service to for refusing to wear a face covering as required by local and state mandates.

Gilles, of San Diego, included a photograph of Gutierrez in a Fb put up Monday that detailed her go to. Her post now has hundreds of thousands of interactions.

According to him, when Gilles entered the store, she was not wearing any face masks.

It quickly collected more than 100,000 reactions and comments, as well as almost 50,000 shares.

A GoFundMe campaign has raised over $US22,000 for Gutierrez, an aspiring dancer. "Subsequent time I'll await cops and produce a medical exemption".

The United States has hit single-day records several days this week for new coronavirus cases.

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Cloth masks, homemade face coverings, bandanas, scarves, or neck gaiters are necessary when people in San Diego County are waiting in line, going to a business, using public transit, picking up to-go orders, getting medical help, or working any type of essential job.

He described being assigned the front register and asking Gilles if she had a face mask, leading her to curse and storm out, only to return moments later to snap a photo of Gutierrez, ask his name and threaten to phone Starbucks corporate headquarters before leaving again.

The widely shared and commented-upon post promoted many expressions of support for Gutierrez, including from those who wrote they'd like to give him a tip, prompting a stranger, Matt Cowan, to start a virtual tip jar for the worker on GoFundMe.

"Everybody is rallying around somebody for doing what they're supposed to do and trying to protect everyone else", he told KGTV.

"People don't ask you to do much, they ask you to wear a mask for your own safety and the safety of others", Cowan told CNN.

He continued: "It's been so helpful and so shocking to see something get so big that only happened within a few minutes". Gilles said she is an anti-vaxxer and believes masks are ineffective. "The fact that now it went over $65,000, I don't know how to truly vocalise how grateful and blessed I feel with this opportunity everyone has given me".

The donations will help make his dreams "a thing now", he says, adding: "Thank you so much".

She said: "I am not scarred or bothered by your ignorant fraud ass's, not so sorry you losers got nothing better to do".

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