BRITNEY SPEARS’ WAD OF CHEWING GUM COST A MAN HIS JOB

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A few months ago during Grammy week, Soho House employees were gleefully gossiping that an adoring waiter had snatched a wad of chewing gum off Britney Spears’ plate and he planned to take it home and frame it. (Britney sticks gum ON HER PLATE?) Apparently management heard the story and didn’t think it was funny at all. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the whimsical waiter was fired! It’s a shame…

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Posted by Janet on March 26, 2014

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  1. By 998o
    On March 26, 2014 at

    bummer, Strom lost his job

  2. By Gina Funk
    On March 26, 2014 at

    Disney worked this slackjaw to insanity. Now her Jewish management have her heavily medicated so they could use her even more.

  3. By mister baja
    On March 26, 2014 at

    so throw up on the plate next time?

  4. By Noblecascade
    On March 27, 2014 at

    keep stuff to yourself.

  5. By mishmash
    On March 27, 2014 at

    There’s something so classy about a 30ish woman chomping on gum. And the fact she places it on her dinner plate shows breeding. At least she didn’t stick it under the table.

  6. By anonTWO
    On March 28, 2014 at

    lol@ the first comment.

    this item made my skin crawl.
    I’m a gum chewer but this is too much!

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