The friend was captured sweeping the floors of the closing restaurant so the manager could still make it out to an after-work drink.
Police said the woman threw her drink and food at the employee after being unhappy that her nuggets were not spicy.
McDonald's pulled out of Russia in March following the country's widely-condemned invasion of Ukraine.
"We probably would've been talking about a potential homicide investigation" if the waitress hadn't written the note, police said.
"I've literally never heard of less than 18% as the norm, these comments are shocking," one commenter said.
The company is "deeply disturbed" by the incident and is cooperating with police, a spokesperson told Newsweek on Saturday.
The two servers showed the money they took over a Saturday night shift in a Florida restaurant, serving just two table sections.
"This right here. No one is owed anything. Sis feels this is something she is entitled to and next thing you know she wants her 'stake' in it," one user said.
A Waffle House spokesperson said Saturday that the company is cooperating with law enforcement during its investigation.
"That money, it's more than a couple of shifts," said the gracious waitress. "I mean it helps out, everything helps out."
"The fact that it even has a chance to be legal is f***ing disgusting" one comment read.
Two of the victims allegedly went on to carjack a valet car to take themselves to the hospital, local law enforcement said.
Hard Eight BBQ has been ordered to pay the withheld wages to 910 employees across five restaurants.
The Atlanta Falcons player posted a picture of his outfit on his Instagram account, in which he appeared wearing a bright green Gucci suit.
"That is rare, wonderful, and heart-warming!" one user commented.
The unidentified victim, who was shot once, died at the scene, according to local law enforcement.
"I'm not taking a flag down when a sovereign nation is being attacked," General Manager Ben Ashlock told Newsweek.
The fast food restaurant said Monday that it didn't "want anyone to have to choose between enjoying a delicious meal with the family or buying gas."
"Our franchise is cooperating with local authorities. As this remains an ongoing investigation, we aren't able to share additional details at this time," a Burger King spokesperson said.
Eric Freeman, a prep cook at the restaurant, told Newsweek that the rooster simply appeared in September and never left.
In the video, the waiter claims he does not "have time" to get a candle for the birthday celebration.
The man swabbed the silverware given to him at a restaurant and put the sample in a petri dish to find out the results.
"Love this, people shouldn't have to worry about missing children's memories for a job," a commenter wrote on the viral post.
An investigation by the U.S. Department of Labor confirmed that 10 employees were not paid wages or overtime and were forced to live off tips.
The video prompted discussion on proper etiquette when dealing with customers who stay past a restaurant's closing time.
"We look at them and we can't see their faces. We can't see their smiles. We don't know, we can't understand what they're saying," owner Debi Hernandez said.
"No matter what you do, you're not going to please everyone, so just do you," the TikToker said in a follow-up video responding to the criticism he received.
The man faces one count of assault in the second degree for the attempted attack.
"I'm just trying to do my job," a restaurant employee said during the tirade.
During the argument, a man grabbed a handgun and began waving it around in the car.