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Rude Receipt At Pasco Wingstop Called Customers "Dark Guys"

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A customer at the Pasco Wingstop restaurant was upset after an employee handed them a receipt with a rude message on it. A customer at the Pasco Wingstop restaurant was upset after an employee handed them a receipt with a rude message on it.

PASCO, WA - A customer at the Pasco Wingstop restaurant was upset after an employee handed them a receipt with a rude message on it.

"Dark Guys" is what was written on the receipt and that is what the customer says the employees even called out when the order was ready. one of the customers friends posted a picture of the receipt to our facebook page.

 The angry comments started flowing. Even long time customers of Wingstop were upset.

As soon as he found out, local owner Dave Tuthill posted his response, apologizing and saying he was taking care of it.

"I'm going to take care of the situation. This is not something that we tolerate. We've never had problems with it in the past and we're not going to have problems with it in the future as well," explained Tuthill.

Now, the co-owners of the local franchise have decided to put in place a new memorandum. It will be an agreement each employee signs agreeing that they will respect the customers.

"Each one of our employees are going to have to sign that so they know we don't tolerate this."

As for taking care of the situation, Tuthill says it is already done. He has lined up punishment for employees including the one that instigated the comments.

"If you come walking in here in the next couple weeks or whatever I guarantee you're not going to see that person here so that kind of let's you know what happened."

We reached out to the customer for a comment but he told us that he would rather stay off camera. His friend said they wanted to post the photo because they feel everyone should be given equal service at restaurants.

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