Two women film themselves cooking a late-night snack at Waffle House after finding an unlocked store
Two women cook their own meal at Waffle House after not locking shop and employee sleeping in car
- The video begins with the women walking past an employee who is sleeping in his car
- The women then reach the counter and start cooking with the restaurant’s pots and pans, where a woman tries one omelet
- One of the women later shows off the food they made in the restaurant
- The video has garnered more than 52,000 likes on TikTok so far
- DailyMail.com has contacted Waffle House for comment on the video
Two women decided to make a Waffle House their personal kitchen, as seen in a viral video posted on TikTok.
The video – complete with 52,000 likes so far – was posted Wednesday by ‘lifeofkelss’, complete with the caption ‘waho must sponsor us’.
“So the wafer house worker fell asleep and this is what happened,” the video begins, with a recording of a man sleeping in the driver’s seat of a car.
“Okay,” says a woman as they enter the restaurant and start climbing on the tables and booths before one slips into the kitchen. A text appears saying ‘no kelsie making food in the waffle house’.
The video then shows two women cooking casually behind the counter, with no soul in sight.
“Where are the workers,” one of the women asks, picking up a pan. “But I’m going to make an omelette out of this.”
“I’m about to make these bad guys omelettes with our food!”
Two women are featured in a TikTok video cooking their own Waffle House food
The women slipped behind the counter and began to make their own food
Soon someone seems to be screaming in the background, while one of the women casually turns their omelette in a pan and walks away.
Then she shows her plate of food to her followers on social media.
“So, um, I made this at Waffle House,” the woman says. “I made it myself, so yeah, get me.”
During that portion, it doesn’t seem like the woman is still in the Waffle House.
It is not clear where this Waffle House is located. DailyMail.com has contacted Waffle House for comment on the video.
The fast food chain has been no stranger to wild incidents involving customers in recent years.
One of the women tries to make an omelette, as the cooked food is fully exposed later on
In May, a 27-year-old man reportedly shot a Waffle House chef in Aurora, Colorado, who refused to serve the man because he wasn’t wearing a face mask.
Prior to the shooting, the man reportedly had several heated interactions with the restaurant staff.
According to WGRZKelvin Watson was charged with attempted first degree murder after his arrest.
In September, meanwhile, a fight broke out over a cell phone in a Waffle House.
Three principals and at least three employees were involved in the brawl, involving fists and elbows.
Many of the other customers in the restaurant watched the brawl while filming on their cell phones.
It is also not clear where that brawl took place.