The extremes people go through for a free meal can rather be surprising. We’re not talking about the usual going back and forth to the woman who gives out free bites of a promotional snack, or even third wheeling with a couple who feels bad that you are single so they let you hang out and then feed you. Some people, really, go through the extremes.
Yesterday, Steak To One PH went to Facebook inorder to share a shocking and frustrating short clip of a woman who claimed she was an assessor of the international government. She tried to get her meal for free this way. According to the post, the woman who is identified as Maria Criselda Cedaña-Gureng arrived at the steak shop at around 3:30 in the afternnon. She began ordering and dining as normal people do.
At 7:30pm, some four our later, the staff of the shop were already preparing for the closing so they had approached the individual and handed her the bill. Her bill was 944 pesos. Everything was normal up until she begans lecturing the whole team saying that she cannot pay because she has no money with her. She also insisted that she will just return when she has money.
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They then went on to fetch the guard in order to assist her, but shortly afterwards went to the nearest police precinct because she was no longer making sense. ” She claims the reason why she ordered exactly ₱944 because if the bill is below ₱1000, one of her privilages as an assessor of the international government (we are not making this up, please watch the video) her meal is free.” said the post.
She then went on to wave around sheet of paper as proof of this which we later found out was actually a copy of a court order given to her for estafa alongside documents that said she was a teacher. “The documents that she’s waving around in the video (see comment box for pictures) are an Order from the court because she was accused of Estafa and documents that says she was a teacher . Based on the order her case was dismissed because the complainant backed out. “ the post said.
Ultimately, nobody is unsure whether the woman has mental health conditions and issues, or if this whole thing was a scam. However, several photos and videos in the comment section show her in different restaurants and scenarios doing the same. We at least know that it is a habit.
For people in the food industry or owners of restaurants/ canteens/ eateries etc. Please be warned of a certain Maria Criselda Cedaña-Gureng. Around 3:30pm she entered the store, ordered and stayed for approximately 4hours.Around 7:30pm, since our staff was preparing for closing already, they approached the individual and handed the bill to her amounting to ₱944. Here comes the clincher, she was refusing to pay outright saying that she will return with the money because right now she has no money on her. We called the guard already at this time (see attached video) but decided that we should go to the nearest police precinct because she was spewing nonsense. She claims the reason why she ordered exactly ₱944 because if the bill is below ₱1000, one of her privilages as an assessor of the international government (we are not making this up, please watch the video) her meal is free. The documents that she’s waving around in the video (see comment box for pictures) are an Order from the court because she was accused of Estafa and documents that says she was a teacher (💔) Based on the order her case was dismissed because the complainant backed out. The police said that they cannot act on it seeing that she seems “crazy”. So, no actions were done and she left the precinct saying that she still has a few places to “inspect”. We don’t know if she was really crazy or this is just another modus but to everyone, especially food businesses around QC Circle (Think maginhawa area and timog area and the like) please watch out for Ms. Gureng. Ber season na kasi kaya baka dumadami ang mga modus. 😢 praying for Ms. Gureng na lang. I hope nasarapan ka sa steaks na inorder mo. Stay safe everyone 🤕
Posted by Steak To One PH on Monday, October 29, 2018