Hot sauces? Steak knives? Wallpaper?
Yesterday, Lori Midson dished the dirt on "Dining thieves: Weird and crazy stuff people steal". And while Cafe Society's readers aren't quite the scofflaws described on seattle.eater, her post still collected a few interesting admissions...as well as this from GFTW:
This is all small beans to what the staff themselves steal! One cook I worked with stole so much from the hotel he could've opened his own restaurant. Seriously.
But we'll give the last word to Dan5280, for this confession:
Any mention of taking pint glasses from Bull & Bush and a mac & cheese skillet from Deluxe would be an admission of guilt, so I didn't actually do that. However, I can honestly say I returned the skillet the next day, and for reasoning blamed the 5 beers they actually served me. LOL
(please don't take my man-card because I said LOL.)
Well, since you asked so nicely...
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