An employee of a golf course who serves drinks to golfers revealed the strange tip she received from a man on the course to convince her to have di
An employee of a golf course who serves drinks to golfers revealed the strange tip she received from a man on the course to convince her to have dinner with him.
Cassie Holland, who works as a beverage cart driver in Las Vegas, Nevada, recalled the encounter in a TikTok video uploaded in September, where she revealed that the man gave her three $ 100 bills that were torn in half, and He promised to give her the other halves if she showed up for dinner.
Holland, who goes by the username @cassholland on TikTok, began the video by explaining that she was sharing the story because she wanted to know if it had happened to someone else.
Next, the golf course clerk held up three $ 100 bills that had been torn in half as she said, “What the hell is this? Three hundred dollars for half. “
“Well, how did we get here? Surely you are thinking that someone tried to deceive me and tease me, but no. This man had bigger plans in mind, ”Holland continued, before recalling how the man in question had been buying drinks for himself and his friends and was“ tipping well ”and“ being very nice ”during their first meeting.
However, according to Holland, at the time, the man had claimed he was from out of town and asked her to come to dinner with him, an invitation which she said she declined.
After urging Holland to cancel his plans, the man then took out the broken money, and the golf cart driver recalled that he had offered her the money and promised to give her the other halves if she ran into him in front of a casino. 9 at night.
“So clearly he already had this whole idea planned,” Holland expressed in the clip, before revealing that she had again declined the offer.
However, according to Holland, once he got back into his car, he realized that the man had left the destroyed money in his drink holder.
“Now I have this completely useless $ 300,” he said. “US $ 300 wasted in the trash that no one can use because I am not going.”
Holland then revealed that she was initially angry about the situation, but ultimately came to the conclusion that the golfer is the “fool who lost $ 300, before admitting that she doesn’t know how to handle the situation.
“So now I don’t know what to do,” he continued. “I wonder if he has ever done this before and it has worked because I can understand that once you have all three halves you probably want the others.”
“It’s funny, because maybe he thinks he’s a genius, but actually he just lost $ 300 for nothing.”
The clip, viewed more than 1.7 million times, prompted a number of responses in the comments, with some viewers urging Holland to take the money to the bank.
“If it’s more than 50 percent, the bank will usually accept it,” commented one person, while another said, “You should take them to the bank.”
Others revealed that they have found themselves in similar situations, and someone wrote: “It always happens to me.”
“It happened to me too when I was working in a bar!” Added another spectator.
The video also elicited comments from viewers outraged by the man’s behavior and “impudence.”
In a later video, Holland revealed that the man who had given him the scammed money had turned up again at the golf course, with the golf course clerk claiming that he had given him the rest of the money after admitting that he had seen his TikTok video.
“Turns out he saw my video and realized that what he did was not very smart,” Holland said as he held up the banknotes that had been taped together. “Yes, today he played again and decided that this time he would give me the other halves.”
According to Holland, when the man gave her the money, he told her that he considered it a good use of the money if she was going to do “something fun with him,” while she revealed in the clip that she was considering using the tip to pay bills.
Holland also said that the golfer had asked her out again, but that she had decided not to show up again.
“And buddy, if you’re watching this, thank you but, like I told you before, I’m going to accept this as a hassle commission,” Holland concluded.
The beverage cart employee was praised by onlookers for her handling of the situation, with one person writing: “My jaw dropped. This is a power actor ”.
The Independent contacted Holland for comment.