Waitress Bitch Slaps Child

bitchslap2A 64-year old waitress, Veronica Peal, was in some hot water recently when she apparently “bitch slapped” a toddler who was eating in the restaurant she worked in. Peal has worked in MacGyver’s Pub of Bloomington, Indiana for over twenty years. Earlier this week, Mary and Todd Bobonner came into the restaurant with their 7-year old boy, Conner. The boy immediately demanded a grilled cheese sandwich. “He didn’t say ‘please’ or anything,” said Peal. “That really grinds my gears, you know? Parents these days don’t feel like they have to teach their children any manners.” Peal, brought the little boy the sandwich and again had her gears ground when there was no thank you. Mr. and Mrs. Bobonner, who were both busy looking at their iPhones, did not encourage their offspring to acknowledge the waitress who was just trying to do her job and maybe get a little bit of respect at the same time. “I brought out his sandwich first, but he was done eating it before the parents got their food. So as they ate, they let him run around the restaurant like a damn chicken with his head cut off,” says Peal.

Several other guests began to complain to Peal about the unruly child and the manager was even asked to intervene. When Conner climbed on a booth and sang the “Happy Birthday” song at the top of his lungs to his imaginary friend Turtle Lips, the veteran took matters into her own hands. “I marched right over to him and smacked his face and that shut him right up.”

This is when the parents finally got involved claiming “he was just being a kid.” They used their iPhones for something other than the Internet and promptly called the police. Officer Darrell Fingerhut arrived on the scene shortly and assessed the situation. After interviewing both the waitress and the parents, Fingerhut determined there were no charges to be pressed. Said Fingergut, “If the parents aren’t going to control their kids, then somebody else has to step up to do it. This waitress is a goddamn hero in my eyes.”

The Bobonners were escorted out of the restaurant to the loud cheers of several customers. Peal left with more tips than she has made all week. “I don’t feel bad about smacking him really. I just feel like kids need to learn some manners these days and if I’m the one to teach them then so be it.”

The identity of Veronica Peal has been obscured to protect her own bad assery. If everyone knew who she was, she would constantly be be harassed for finally doing what every server dreams about doing.

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37 thoughts on “Waitress Bitch Slaps Child

  1. Deb

    I work with kids and, believe me I’ve had my fantasies but no, this is a line you cannot cross. The manager should have told the family to leave and this is a lawsuit that will flatten MacGyver’s Pub.
    PS Our library has your book and it has not spent one day on a shelf–patrons love it!

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    1. Mart

      As a mother and an employee, of the restaurant business for 20 years, I applaud this waitress, good job. And shame on the parents, for not teachin
      g there kids how to behave and grow in life

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    2. Ketchy Nicole

      OK, first of all, that child was NOT the waitresses child, not should she have physically put her hands on him. However, if I was in her position, I can NOT say that I wouldn’t do the same damn thing. A person can only take so much, and apparently this child’s behavior was a result of lazy, unfit parenting. It is really a sad and desperate time when you child is so out of control that some stranger feels the need to step in to make them behave. I demand respect from my children in public, I teach them to open the door for strangers, say Please and Thank you, they address adults as Mrs. , Ms., or Mr. They know how I expect them to behave. Once in a great while, yes, they will get unruly, afterall, they are just kids. That is when they get the 1, 2, 3 count then it is off to the restroom for an ass whoopin” – but they WILL behave and be respectful humans, if it kills me!

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  2. California Girl

    She probably should have had the idiot manager escort the family out before hitting the kid. Many of my advertising clients are in the restaurant business, and they all say this has been the WORST summer ever with respect to bad manners, bad behaviour, bad language.

    I attribute it all to Donald Trump. After all, shit rolls down hill.

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    1. Cher

      How is this anyone but the parents issue? It has no political stance. It has everything to do with people not taking responsibility for their poor parenting. As these kids grow up as bullies including to their own parents because they are being taught to disrespect everything & everyone. They will get what they want. Thats not how it works. Stop the breeding of hate, disrespect & really it shows no love nor care to these children.

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    2. Tom

      Then you must have been at the bottom of that hill since day you were cast out of your mother’s womb. Good for you! Few people ever get to acknowledge that they are exactly where they belong.

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    1. Sharon

      REALLY?????????????
      It is a fake story????????????
      OH MY GAWD! You mean BW actually wrote something just for the sake of entertainment??????????????
      Yeah, I kind of figured that out without even thinking hard since…
      #1… slapping anyone (even a bratty kid) is assault and you can actually do jail time for that and it would have already been all over the national news if this happened.
      #2… the link takes you right to BW’s book.
      GET A CLUE FOLKS!

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    1. Sharon

      Why? If you had a popular blog and had written a book, you KNOW you would do the same thing.

      Get over your little snowflake self.

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      1. napoleonva

        My little snowflake self?

        Why don’t you get a fucking life? How sad is it that you find satisfaction in being a comment troll?

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  3. Charles kimbhll

    I don’t care if it’s real it is my fantasy come true. I want to be her for Halloween. It is a sneaky link to your book. It made me buy the book. Now do I get to her you sing orating but funny Xmas tunes????

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  4. duzitickle

    It sounds like satire. Or that fantasy that replays in our heads when we see (daily) the scenario featured. I used to work at a 12/7 corporate diety that rhymes with Lenny’s. We weren’t ever supposed to touch a child, but I did several times. Only when said toddler would stumbly waltz into our safety shoe area would I snatch them up and tell the child loudly that they’re going to get hurt back there. Parents couldn’t get mad at me because they weren’t watching toddling junior.

    Anyway, it feels like satire and it’s also very funny. Thanks for the cheering up, Bitchy. I know there’s been many occasions where I would have loved to bitch slap the parents more than the kid. Or at least their phones outta their hands.

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  5. Ann

    The manager should have talked to the parents. If nothing was done the manager should have asked them to leave. The waitress had no right to slap the kid. It is assault and the police should have taken her in.

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  6. dead_elvis

    Damn, there’s a lot of oblivious commenters here. Is a tiny bit of critical thinking too much to ask from the public? (That’s rhetorical. Of course it’s too much. If not, we wouldn’t have an animated puddle of explosive diarrhea trumped up as a presidential candidate.)

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    1. Sharon

      Oh, fine! This is not true???????????? You mean I can’t let my self-righteous indignation run rampant over this????

      Please don’t tell these folks Sasquatch is fake!!! You will ruin their vacation plans!

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  7. Barb Moore

    Touch my kid and see what happens. I don’t care who is irritated, who’s dinner is interrupted, who’s not happy – NEVER PUT YOUR HANDS ON SOMEONE ELSE IN ANGER – NEVER NEVER NEVER! This waitress doesn’t belong in the service business.

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    1. Kelly

      The story is not true. There’s nothing to be upset about. No child was actually harmed in the making of this blog post

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  8. jay_ez

    Didn’t you notice the kid’s name? Conner Bobonner. Now I can’t get “The Name Game” out of my head! Thanks, BW!

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