WHATABURGER CUSTOMER CLAIMS EMPLOYEES PUT CLUMP OF MUD IN HER SANDWICH
Now 90-year-old Bobie Miller was in for the shock of a lifetime when he walked into his native Spring, Texas, Whataburger and found the eating space to be absolutely embellished with birthday balloons, banners and cupcakes — all within the fast-food restaurant’s signature orange-and-white.
The candy party was deliberate by Miller’s daughters, who wished to commemorate their father’s love for the place, which he would frequent nearly every day together with his late spouse. She handed away in 2018, the Chron reported.
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“Sixty-nine years that they had been married and so they got here right here for an extended, very long time to go to with all of those mates,” his daughter Barbara Leland advised KHOU-11. “There isn’t any different place he would have wished his birthday and 90 is a giant birthday… Whataburger is the essence of life for all of the individuals which are right here this morning.”
“Whataburger is the essence of life for all of the individuals which are right here this morning.”
Miller and his spouse had been a part of a eating crew referred to as Retired Previous Males Consuming Out (ROMEO) and they might meet at Whataburger every day to have a meal and chat.
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“You will not discover a higher bunch than this I do not suppose,” Miller advised KHOU-TV. “I benefit from the fellowship. I simply get pleasure from being with them.”
And, judging by the massive smiles of all in attendance, they loved the Wednesday celebration as effectively.