Twin Peaks doesn’t shy away from the fact it only hires women to serve tables in hopes of attracting customers who prefer the view as well as the food and drinks.
“The second you step inside, you’re surrounded by a lodge full of friendly and attentive Twin Peaks Girls.”
While they don’t publically state they have a preferred look for their employees, being attractive to potential customers is implied.
A newly-hired server, known as HennyDripz on TikTok, at their Round Rock, Texas location claims she was fired shortly after starting for not meeting their “fitness” expectations.
She claims on day two of her training she was fired without explanation, but an hour prior she was told “corporate says you need to work on your fitness.”
“I’m f***ing fat, whatever, I could get less a sh*t but b**ch they knew for orientation, first day of training and my second of training that I was quitting my job for this job so that I could have full availability,” she said.
Some of her followers were quick to provide her with constructive criticism on hiring practices and laws in the state of Texas and others were quick to troll restaurants with negative reviews.
“Never quit before you are formally hired,” a user wrote.
“Sounds like an audition. Which is normal for that industry. It’s constructive criticism and it’s just business,” another wrote.
She agreed but expressed frustration about having to buy the uniforms before being officially brought on to work.
“You aren’t even fat,” another said in support of her. “I left a 1 star on google. about to go to yelp!”
HennyDripz made another video to provide an update, in which she claimed Twin Peaks was removing negative reviews on their Yelp because they were “media influenced.”
“I LOOK TF GOOD, my time and money was wasted,” she wrote.
“I am never gonna wear snow boots in Texas. This is the last post imma make cuz im over it, its taking to much of my energy, i just want my money from them.”
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