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What do you do when you have the snacks at night? Go to a Waffle House, of course.
What to do when the Waffle House staff is asleep? Cook your own food, of course.
Yes, that's what happened when South Carolina, Alex Bowen, ventured into West Columbia around 3 am on a recent night, and the culinary adventure has earned him a job offer from the beloved chain.
The 36-year-old man told the local WIS television station that he waited 10 minutes at the empty restaurant check-in, not realizing that a worker was sleeping in a booth.
Alex Bowen poses in the kitchen at a Waffle House in West Columbia, S.C. When Bowen found the only worker in the empty house of South Carolina Waffle House asleep, he took his food into his own hands. Bowen chronicled with selfies how he fused his own double bacon filet from Texas on Facebook.
Alex Bowen, AP
"I went out again to look for employees," Bowen said. "Nobody in sight".
Then "he came back and waited a few more minutes and then the time came," Bowen told the station.
"When I turned the corner, I saw the employee asleep and they looked tired, they were sleeping, I was like," Go ahead and rest, I have this ", said Bowen to the local WOLO television station.
The army veterinarian later posted selfies on Facebook of himself behind the counter. They quickly became viral.
"I warmed up on the grill with a double of melted cheesesteak cheese bacon with extra pickles," Bowen told WIS. "When I finished, I cleaned the grill, picked up my badly-made sandwich and kept rolling"
"I expected to share it on Facebook, some of my friends would see it, would like to comment it" and would go down in history as most of the things I've done, "Bowen told WOLO.
Alex Bowen poses in the kitchen at a Waffle House in West Columbia, South Carolina When Bowen found the only worker in the vacant South Carolina Waffle House asleep, he took his food in his own hands. "Bowen chronicled selfies of how he was melting his own Texas double bacon steak on Facebook.
Alex Bowen, AP
Bowen, a flooring contractor, admits he was a little tipsy during the early Friday getaway.
"I give my old friend vodka credit," Bowen said. "Normally I would not have done that."
Later in the day he paid for the sandwich again. of Waffle House said that the employee or that he was sleeping was suspended for a week.
A statement from Waffle House said:
"Our local division manager has spoken with Alex and apologized – for security reasons, our clients should never have to go behind the counter. quality delivered by friendly partners. "
He also offered him a job.
"On a related note, obviously Alex has some culinary skills, and we'd like to talk to him about a job since we can have something for him."
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