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‘Kaypoh’ cashier asks customer why she paid for Valentine’s Day dinner and received no flowers from her boyfriend

Kaypoh cashier or hyper-sensitive customer?

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Singapore — Trying to move towards gender equality, or possibly just wanting to do something nice for her boyfriend on Valentine’s Day dinner, a girlfriend was rudely questioned by the restaurant cashier.

In an anonymous post to popular confessions page NUSWhispers, a girlfriend wrote that she was stunned by the questions a cashier asked her when she went to pay for dinner: “You paying? Not your boyfriend ah? Today is Valentine’s Day shouldn’t it be the guy do the payment?”

She explained to the cashier that there was no hard rule that said the guy has to be the one to pay for every meal, adding that her boyfriend was the one who usually paid, so she wanted to do something special for him on this occasion.

Dissatisfied, the cashier continued: “Then? No flowers? Where your flower? Ehhh..this kind of guy not good la!”

Rather incensed, the girlfriend told the cashier off and settled the bill. She said: “my boyfriend was waiting outside the restaurant, if not he might be upset hearing what the cashier say”.

Netizens who commented on the post were divided, with some calling out the cashier, but others also saying that the girlfriend was hyper-sensitive.

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