Waitress tells UK PM to get his own coffee
Francesca Ariani was alone and swamped with customers on Sunday when Cameron ordered two cappuccini.
Rome: A barmaid made a name for herself but no tip after telling British Prime Minister David Cameron he could carry his own cappuccino during his holiday breakfast in Tuscany.
Francesca Ariani was alone and swamped with customers on Sunday when Cameron ordered two cappuccini and a coffee for himself, his wife and someone else, the barmaid`s boyfriend told The Associated Press by phone on Monday.
Boyfriend Jody Ceruti said Ariani told Cameron he`d have to carry the beverages to their outdoor table. He did, first carrying the cappuccini, then the coffee.
Cameron left no tip. Ceruti said not tipping when you serve yourself is "very normal." He said Ariani didn`t know who Cameron was until journalists told her.