Restaurant owner’s ‘warning’ to table of four who left without paying £100 bill

A group of four men who dodged a whopping £100 bill at a Liverpool restaurant have been publicly shamed on Facebook.

The owner of Los Amigos Steakhouse and Mexican has given the group of lads a "gentle warning" to come back and pay what they owe for their meal.

The four diners now have seven days to return and pay up before the owner goes to the police to report them, according to reports detailed in Manchester Evening News.

Restaurant bosses will also post pictures of them online unless the group pay up, the owners warned in a Facebook post.

The dine-and-dashers racked up a bill totalling £96.20 after ordering six two-course meals including BBQ chicken wings, nachos, burgers and a seabass, along with three pints of San Miguel and five Diet Cokes.

The Aigburth restaurant posted its plea for the men to settle the bill on Facebook, and have since bene inundated with support from other punters.

The post said: "27 December 2021 at 5.15pm four boys came into the restaurant and left without paying the bill.

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"We are giving you a gentle warning to come back and settle your bill or we will report to the police as well as your picture will be posted all over social media.

"You have a time scale of seven days to repay the bill. We work very hard here and for that to happen has kind of ruined our night!!!"

People left comments on the Facebook post calling for the four men to pay up on the bill they ditched.

Jay Morrow said: "Madness, hope you get the money."

Darren Melling added to the comments, saying: "Paste them all over here for having the cheek to do it anyway."

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