Alex Bowen says he was drunk and hungry when he walked into a West Columbia Waffle House Thursday morning. Much to his surprise, the staff was asleep.
After waiting about 10 minutes for someone to show up, Bowen went outside to look around.
Stumbling upon a sleeping employee who "didn't wake up the entire time" Bowen was in the restaurant, the 36-year-old funnyman whipped himself up a "double Texas bacon cheesesteak melt with extra pickles", he told WTHR. He even cleaned up after. "And no one came inside the restaurant", said Bowen. "I wouldn't normally have done that".
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He said one of the employees says the store isn't very happy with what he had done.
Waffle House told ABC News in a statement that customers shouldn't get behind the counter - but it appears Bowen's fun served as a job interview nonetheless.
Bowen returned to the restaurant later on in the day to pay for his sandwich, taking another selfie with the cashier as proof.
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Waffle House has since responded to requests from WIS adding that the division manager had spoken with Bowen.
Alex Bowen said he couldn't sleep. For safety reasons, our customers should never have to go behind the counter. "Rather, they should get a quality experience delivered by friendly associates", the statement read. We are reviewing this incident and will take appropriate disciplinary action. What made this story unusual is that he didn't go home to do it. "But if not, I'd know what to do", he said.
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