A $7 Waffle House Bill Was Too Expensive For A BMW Owner

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Waffle House is known for a number of dubious things, but a gourmet, expensive menu is definitely not one of them.

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In what has to be the cheapest dine and dash ever, a BMW driver left a Myrtle Beach Waffle House before 5 AM on Saturday morning without paying his $7.44 bill.

If he was angry about the quality of his food, he obviously never ate at a Waffle House before.

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Police were called to the scene, but the driver was long gone by the time they arrived. We don't imagine that the police are actually out scouring every inch of Myrtle Beach for the perpetrator's black 2002 745i.

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ash78
Ash78, voting early and often

"If he was angry about the quality of his food, he obviously never ate at a Waffle House before."

Ouch.

I'll submit to you that Waffle House's food is of a far higher quality* than any other large chain of eateries in the country.

*By quality, I'm not referring to macronutrient content (ie, if "It has fat, it's bad quality!!"). I'm not Michelle Obama. We're big kids, we can eat fatty foods if we like. I mean their food is mostly freshly prepared, right in front of your face, at a reasonable price, in stores that are open 24/7. That's a pretty difficult logistical combo. If you have a sober palate, you can taste the difference in Waffle House vs competitors (if you want to call IHOP's gimmicky dessert-heavy menu a competitor).