Woman furious after ‘rude’ date refuses to pay for her lobster and £72 wine

When on a date, it’s sometimes agreed that the person who set things up takes care of the bill. Other people prefer to split the cost equally.

But there are still some who believe that it’s the gentleman’s job to pay for everything – as one man awkwardly discovered after a dinner date.

The man enjoyed a night out with a woman at a restaurant where she racked up a pricey bill.

Despite this, he was looking forward to seeing her again – until one text message changed his mind.

In a post on Reddit , a user, known as CuteBananaMuffin, shared screengrabs of his conversation with the woman a few days after their date.

It begins friendly, with the man simply asking if she would like to go out that evening.

But the woman’s response is incredulous, she can’t believe he’d ask her something like that after "last time".

Confused, he asks what he did wrong.

She replies: "You made me pay for my own food and drink while you paid only for yours wtf."

The man, still not understanding the issue, shoots back: "So? You invited me."

He goes on to reveal that he only had carbonara and a beer, while his date chowed down on lobster and a £72 bottle of wine, making her bill add up to £100, while his was only £16.

"You were really expecting me to pay that?" he asks. "I’m a student not your sugar daddy."

Angered by this, the woman brands him "so rude" and proclaims she’s never going out with him again.

She adds: "Gentlemen ALWAYS pay for girls food but I guess you are gay."

Keeping somewhat of a level head, the man informs her that he is a gentlemen – which is why he stayed on the date even though she was talking about other men.

The conversation only continues to go downhill from there, with the woman claiming he only went out with her for sex and the man suggesting he couldn’t afford to sleep with her.

Hundreds of people have commented on the post, sharing their disgust at the woman’s behaviour.

Oner person said: "That’s why she invited you out, so she could get expensive food."

Another wrote: "Anyone that expects that royalty treatment is not someone you want in your life."

A third added: "I know people like that exist but I’m always shocked to see them interact with others. She is the kind of person that seeks out pushovers in her life."

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