Irving Hamilton
June 19, 2018

Mays said the incident all started because his order got mixed up, so he asked for the order ticket. He eventually asked for the receipt, and what he saw printed on it nearly made him sick. I felt like I was gonna throw up, ' he said. He asked his waitress for his receipt, and that is when he noticed it said "Please spit in it, too".

The trio were out celebrating Father's Day at The Bohemian Hall and Beer Garden in Astoria, New York, over the weekend when their outing quickly turned sour.

"I asked her why she was lying about it and she just walked off".

Mays told WABC that the waitress he believes wrote the ticket seemed friendly at first and the evening started out nicely. She acknowledged printing out it, he said, but could not explain what happened.

"I ate my burger already, I felt like I was going to throw up", Mr Mays told United States television station ABC 7.

'She was very nice, ' the patron recalled.

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Mr Mays was given a full refund for his meal and reassured by the manager it was very unlikely the chef had spat in his burger.

"[The manager] was saying, 'How can we compensate you?"

A man from Long Island says his Father's Day dinner was ruined when he found a vile message printed on his receipt suggesting that someone had spit in his food.

"I ate my burger already. I ate this already.'" The manager told Eyewitness News that he had never had a problem with this employee before. Still, he understood why the customer was upset.

According to the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, the beer garden was last inspected on February 9 and was given an A grade.

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