I'm a Hooters girl – pervy customers harassed me and bullying boss left me in tears… I quit after just months | The Sun

HOOTERS workers claim they were harassed by customers and bullied by management while working at the restaurant.

A worker who has since left claims she was left in tears while working at the Liverpool branch of the famous chain, the Daily Star reported.

The waitress had worked for Hooters from November last year until January.

Hooters said it doesn't comment on individual matters and is
"committed to providing a safe and inclusive workplace".

However three workers claim they were fat-shamed and harassed by customers – to the point women working at the restaurant were "literally cowering and crying" and were left scared to go in for shifts.

She added that customers would sometimes act inappropriately.

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The former worker added: “There was one time a man was being really inappropriate with me… he wouldn’t stop touching me and grabbing me."

She also claimed that customers would sometimes take pictures of girls as young as 16 when they bent over.

In a statement, Hooters said: "As a global restaurant brand, Hooters
prides itself in a culture committed to empowering our most valuable asset, the Hooters Girls, and working together to provide the best Hooters experience for our employees and guests.

“While we do not publicly comment on individual personnel matters, we are committed to providing a safe and inclusive workplace.”

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The Sun Online has contacted the Liverpool branch for comment.

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