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Waffle House Nominated For The Companies Are People Too Award

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Waffle House customer cooks up his own meal at empty restaurant


Waffle House

Why this nomination? Waffle House should fire all their employees and let the customers cook there own meals.
  • Alex Bowen cooked up his own meal at an empty Waffle House in West Columbia, S.C.
Description: Many stories involving alcohol have a tragic ending, but for Alex Bowen of West Columbia, South Carolina, a drunken escapade that went viral ended with some hilarious selfies as he cooked his own meal at Waffle House.

On his way home after a few drinks with friends early Thursday morning, Bowen, 36, stopped by his local Waffle House.

“It was around 3 a.m. I was pretty inebriated,” admitted Bowen.

Alex Bowen cooked up his own meal at an empty Waffle House in West Columbia, S.C.

He stood at the register for 10 minutes, waiting for someone to take his order. Bowen even went outside to look for an employee, and then went back in.

“That’s when I got hot on the grill with a Texas bacon cheesesteak melt,” said Bowen.

He cooked his go-to meal and even cleaned up when he was done. While he was cooking, he saw the one employee who was fast asleep.

“[The employee] didn’t wake up the...
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Publication/Media Source: ABC News
Photo and/or Video Source: Facebook/Alex Bowen
Publication Date: Dec 1, 2017, 1:41 AM ET
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Nominator: adminrw
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