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Kitchen Ticket Calls For Exorcism of Small Child

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exorcism-receipt-eater-national-feb.jpgAcross the tipline comes this gem which, yes, is from 2005, but is new to you: a ticket a chef once got while in service that reads, "EXORCIST FOR POSSESED CHILD AT TABLE 6."

As the tipster explains, "the young kid at the table wouldn't stop screaming and this was how the waiter wanted to assist." Whether the kitchen was able to "roll it" or not after dishing out the exorcist, or whether said exorcism was successful, remains unknown. Perhaps a bit more extreme than putting a simple reminder on the menu to take crying kids out of the restaurant, but whatever works.

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