"You could have simply asked for a refund...but this is not okay. We need to do better in 2022," the business owner said in a now-viral TikTok.
"Next time you leave your number make sure you leave a tip," the server told the customer via text.
The company told their employees that they had one year to return to office even if it meant relocating, the post claims.
The acclaimed actor died of massive head trauma in the French Alps less than a week after a 5-year-old girl died in a similar manner.
"The grip he had on that pack of chips though," one commenter said about one person's reaction to noticing the serpent imposter.
"Ask your boss to get you if it's that urgent. Recently learned totaling my car on black ice was not worth the 60$ I made a day," a TikTok commenter wrote.
Maybe Freddie "would like freedom and to be in his natural habitat," one follower wrote, with another describing the footage as "so inhumane."
A woman who met a man in Miami decided to put fate in the internet's hands after she said she lost his number, but this did not turn out well.
Bill Clinton was "very close to Jeffrey" Epstein and the pair were "like brothers," according to a former friend of the New York financier.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have had an explosive start to the year with reports of separate conflicts with the media and the U.K. government.
A Meghan Markle troll spoke disparagingly of the boyfriend who died alongside Princess Diana during a video on her monetized YouTube channel.
Meghan Markle trolls are turning YouTube hate accounts into a big money industry, netting millions across 25 channels, a data analyst estimates.
Prince Harry's lawsuit over a U.K. government decision to strip him of police protection is "outrageously out of touch," a reputation expert tells Newsweek.
The Palace staff were given instructions on the exact arrangement for his stuffed toys, and warned in capitals: "Do not loose [sic] the teddy & cushion!!"
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Montecito neighborhood benefited from soaring house prices that added 43 percent to property values in 2021.
Prince Harry's decision to sue the U.K. government over his police protection is "not a great brand-building move," a reputation lawyer tells Newsweek.
Prince Harry is suing the British government for refusing him police protection during U.K. visits—saying he and Meghan Markle cannot return without it.
"Bull" is ending after six seasons, meaning actor Michael Weatherly is available to return as Tony DiNozzo on "NCIS" for the long-awaited Ziva-Tony reunion.
Jay-Z has joined forces with a host of musicians to ask New York lawmakers to sign and turn into state law the "Rap Music on Trial" bill.
"Yellowstone" flashback scenes give clues as to the fate of Elsa Dutton while actor Eric Nelsen suggests there is more to come from Ennis in "1883."
The Michael Weatherly-starring CBS show's current season will be its last. But why is "Bull" coming to an end?
In the fallout of Jamie Lynn Spears' new memoir, "Things I Should Have Said," Britney Spears has some choice words for her and their mother, Lynne Spears.
The most recent episode of "New Amsterdam" saw Helen receive a call about someone called Vijay who has died, leading NBC viewers to wonder exactly who he is.