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Do not serve yourself at this Waffle House restaurant in Alabama, where customers help when they have too few staff on Saturday night

Waffle House customers jump in to clean dishes and bus tables when a roster error leaves ONE employee to deal with a hungry crowd

  • Planning issue only allows one employee to work in an Alabama Waffle House
  • Several customers came into action to do bus tables and dishes
  • Waffle House said employees were planning to leave after the first part of the service, what a & # 39; small gap & # 39; caused
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A planning mix forced customers to take action at a Waffle House restaurant in Birmingham, Alabama on Saturday night.

It turned out to be a miscommunication about the coverage of shifts.

The crisis of a waffle started when employees left after the first half of the service, as previously planned.

But there was only one employee left to cover the second half of the service, leaving a gap that some customers had to fill.

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Do not serve yourself at this Waffle House restaurant in Alabama, where customers help when they have too few staff on Saturday night

Do not serve yourself at this Waffle House restaurant in Alabama, where customers help when they have too few staff on Saturday night

This man went to the kitchen to help the dishes while only the Waffle House employee worked

This man went to the kitchen to help the dishes while only the Waffle House employee worked

This man went to the kitchen to help the dishes while only the Waffle House employee worked

Customers are taking over this Waffle House in Alabama due to planning issues

Customers are taking over this Waffle House in Alabama due to planning issues

Customers are taking over this Waffle House in Alabama due to planning issues

A unique night at the Waffle House in Birmingham, Alabama, where customers help an overwhelmed employee

A unique night at the Waffle House in Birmingham, Alabama, where customers help an overwhelmed employee

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A unique night at the Waffle House in Birmingham, Alabama, where customers help an overwhelmed employee

Ethan Crespo saw firsthand how difficult it would be to get a waffle while he overwhelmed the overwhelmed employee & # 39; by bewilderment & # 39; while he took orders.

It was at that time that an unknown man at the bar came into action and headed for the kitchen.

Crespo thought the transition was so seamless that it was clearly an employee, but he was a & # 39; friendly stranger & # 39 ;.

Security camera showed different customers washing dishes and bus tables.

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The only person on the payroll, only known as & # 39; Ben & # 39; and the mysterious man, & # 39; feverish & # 39; to accommodate the crowd of the night dinner.

Crispo saw a few other customers participate in the altruistic activity.

He said the camaraderie was impressive.

& # 39; It was remarkable, & # 39; Crespo told DailyMail.com while he saw strangers working together.

& # 39; We really appreciate their efforts … although we prefer our employees to sit behind the counter, & # 39; said Warner AL.com. & # 39; The key to our concept is that we are there to serve you, not the other way around. & # 39;

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