A notorious woman from Perth who allegedly bought large quantities of food and drinks in restaurants and hotels and left without paying says that the last episode was due to a lack of communication.
Lois Loder, 44, was dubbed the "dining and running queen" after she allegedly left several Western Australian companies earlier this year without paying the bills she had accumulated.
Last week, apparently, Loder returned to the old ways after being photographed by a disgruntled manager who claims to have escaped from his cafeteria before paying the bill.
Now she has tried to explain her latest incident.
Lois Loder, who gained worldwide fame and gained national notoriety after his string of pending crimes, has opened up about the reasons behind his peculiar behavior
The 44-year-old actress earned a reputation after allegedly fleeing a Perth business group earlier this year, without paying the several thousand dollars in bills and was caught on Tuesday (above) by another business owner alleging that hit again
"I have a lot to say about this latest scandal: the guy … talks absolute trash," he told Daily Mail Australia.
"When I read what he said, I could not believe he was talking about the same occasion."
Coffee manager Gordon St Garage in West Perth accused Loder of leaving quickly without charging the $ 22.50 bill, but had a different version of the facts.
"He said he could not pay by card, only cash, because of the power disconnection, I said he was fine and he only had a $ 20 note on me.
"If I had known, I would have obtained more from the ATM, it was at this moment that I was thinking of leaving, but he told me to sit down."
The coffee manager, Callum Jennings, questioned Loder's claims.
"We had a quick conversation when she came before ordering a croissant from me on the counter and later a mojito," he said.
"She was there only a couple of minutes before a colleague of mine realized she was escaping from a different exit.
The images follow his alleged dart from the Gordon St Garage coffee shop in West Perth on Monday, where it is said that Loder once again made a quick exit without collecting the $ 22.50 bill. "I made a joke that he had not paid the bill that (the manager) completely ignored," he said.
But the coffee manager, Callum Jennings, downplayed the claims, saying that Loder was clearly caught after his hasty departure, and left with no intention of paying.
"Then I waited until I was pretty sure I was running away and I followed her outside, I picked her up and said, 'You'll have to come back and pay your bill' and then try to convince me that she was gone. money on the table, but I did not believe him.
Mr. Jennings added that the company suffered a power outage at that time and that customers had to pay by card to process their payment.
"Once I told her I had to go back, she was not having any of that and I could not get her back and I told her that if I could not pay her back, I would take a picture and post it online.
That's when he started calling me a psychopath and other things, and I said: "It's going to happen unless you want to come back and pay."
"Once I told her I had to go back, she was not having any of that and I could not have it again and I told her that if I could not pay her back, I would take a picture and post it online," said the manager of the Callum café. Jennings on his encounter with Loder
The commotion follows a series of high-profile Loder restaurants (pictured) in Perth earlier this year.
The commotion follows a series of high-profile Loder restaurants in Perth earlier this year.
Loder first made headlines in April when the Western Australian restaurant Terrazza Cafe Applecross took social media to the attempt to identify her after she and a friend ran away after accumulating a $ 200 bill.
When it came to settling his debt with establishments that he allegedly cheated, Loder resorted to threatening to plague public platforms with false negative reviews.
The photos of the couple were published on the Facebook page of the café, asking members of the public who knew the couple to let them know that they "have not paid for their lunch."
It first made headlines in April when the restaurant in Western Australia, Terrazza Café, led social networks to try to identify her after she and a friend ran away after accumulating a $ 200 account.
Loder is photographed at Terrazza Cafe Applecross where she and a man (pictured) ordered a $ 48 bottle of white wine, four cocktails at a cost of $ 18 each, a bowl of soup, a source of antipasti, barramundi, a pasta and dessert before supposedly unpaid
Soon after, Loder used his alias account & # 39; Lois Lynn & # 39; to give the coffee a review of a star, writing & # 39; Horrible & # 39; Very bad. I would not go there unless you like pubic hair in butter.
Several other Perth-based businesses took a step forward to reveal that they also believe they were attacked by the couple.
Unpaid bills totaled thousands of dollars, including an almost $ 2,000 stay at Quest West Perth, $ 960 at Ocean View Motel, a $ 500 tab at the 3 Sheets restaurant in Hillarys and $ 240 at The Royal on the Waterfront .
In total, Loder now faces 33 counts of fraud along with 16 counts of attempted fraud, in addition to property charges and stolen drugs.
She must appear at the Magistrates Court in Perth on October 9.