7 Stories of Stolen Restaurant Items in the Yakima Valley: Part 2
Sometimes it isn't about being a klepto, sometimes it's about loads of alcohol or the urge to take a memento from one of the best evenings of your life. This isn't encouraging anyone to steal, it's just about the stories of those items of the past that ended up in our houses instead of at our favorite restaurants.
Under the Golden Arches
"Ronald McDonald off of Summitview before cameras." I had to do a bit more digging, no he does not still have the statue nor did they take pictures. They dumped it off in front of their high school. - Joey T
Because You Can Never Have Enough Dipping Sauces
Nothing to See Here
"Not me personally, but I'm a door dasher and a couple of weeks ago I was at Outback Steakhouse picking up an order and walked in on a man stuffing his pants with their silverware and cleaning rags. He tried to act casual but it was way too obvious. He hightailed it out of there before I could snitch LMAO" - Tiffany
Wiping Up Memories
"I used to take a cloth napkin whenever I went to a fancy restaurant and would put the place and date on it and keep them for memorabilia way back in the day" Shenowa B
What We Do for Love
"My Great Grandmother when she started getting dementia would take the silverware and salt and pepper. My Grandma caught on to her after finding random spoons and pepper shakers in her purse so my Grandma started taking their own silverware back to the restaurants so she could steal her own things back" - Shannon K
So Many Uses
"A serving tray from Taco Bell right after they turned round and black from the purple. It was a great weed tray" Amber N
So Much More Room
When alcohol is involved you finish the salad AND you take the bowl it came in
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