It’s not often that you hear a business owner complain about how to properly use the toilet, but that’s exactly what happened to Melissa Miller of the Pizzeria in the Pimlico neighborhood of New York City.
Miller and her husband had just finished a four-hour drive on a Tuesday when they received a call from the restaurant’s owner, asking for help with cleaning up.
Miller, who was working from home that day, quickly turned to her husband and told him to go ahead and do what was asked.
The couple didn’t need to go to the restroom.
“I think we were just in the wrong place at the wrong time,” Miller told The Verge.
Miller had to wait an hour to be done with the job.
She explained to her coworker that they were doing some cleaning on their apartment, and that if they weren’t going to get out of there, they should wait until they got back.
The employee agreed, and Miller said that she told him that it was important to wash everything down.
When she was done, she put the bathroom in the back of the van, and they headed back to work.
Miller and her co-worker, who would later become a model, said they felt relieved that they didn’t have to do anything, and didn’t feel the need to clean the bathroom.
Miller told BuzzFeed that she felt “pretty good about it.”
But a few days later, a different employee came back, telling Miller she needed to do a different job.
“We got this call from this person and she was really rude and told us she needed some help cleaning up the bathroom,” Miller said.
Miller immediately called the manager of the restaurant, and she says the manager came to her apartment to see if she had cleaned up, but she told her that she didn’t, and was being directed to the manager.
Miller told BuzzFeed, “He said that he would call the owner and have her cleaned up.
I said, ‘No, I’m not going to let this guy tell me how to do my job.'”
Miller eventually went to a manager at the restaurant who agreed to clean up the toilet.
She then called a second manager who told Miller to go back to her job.
“I was like, ‘That’s it?
No bathroom service at all?'”
Miller said, “I’m not gonna take it anymore.”
Miller told the New York Daily News that she has been using the bathroom since she got back to the office.
She said that if someone had asked her to clean it up she would have done it.
“It was like I could have done that for free,” Miller recalled.
Miller said that the only thing that stopped her from cleaning up was the customer who came over and took photos of her.
“He was like ‘That was disgusting, I wish I hadn’t done it,'” Miller said of the photo.
Miller added that she was able to clean everything up because she was used to cleaning up in the morning.
“When I get home from work, I always have a towel on,” Miller added.