Now this is tit for tat.
A fast-thinking Hooters waitress exacted viral revenge on a “creepy” customer who was allegedly snapping pictures of her and her equally buxom co-workers — by turning the camera’s eye back on him.
“This guy wants to come into Hooters and just take pictures of girls without asking,” said Lydia P Warren, 26, in her trending TikTok exposé.
“So, I’m [going to] make you feel uncomfortable, too.”
In the video, which fetched 1.3 million views, the saucy brunette filmed herself ranting over the Hooters habitué’s alleged inappropriate behavior.
But after a few seconds of condemning the unnamed man, she pointed her camera at the dope, hoping the unwanted spotlight would make him feel as awkward as he’s accused of making the waitresses feel.
“So now we’re all uncomfortable,” Warren said as her lens zoomed in on the alleged perp and his friends seated at a high-top table.
In the clip — which Warren stamped with the hashtag #PublicShame — one of the four men in the shot turns his head away from the camera as she focuses in on him.
“My flash is on,” Warren added with a sly chuckle. “We’re all uncomfortable now, huh?.”
And her brassy retribution was cheered on by online audiences.
“My hero,” praised a cyber spectator.
“This is more of the s- -t I wanna see when dudes are acting creepy. WHY aren’t his friends saying anything/telling him not to do that s- -t???,” another questioned.
“Go girl!…I was a Hooters girl 23 years ago…Thank God technology [wasn’t] like it is today,” praised an ex-employee of the chicken shack.
And a woman who claims to have also been objectified on the job said: “Lol, I’ve done this to my customers who have done this to me but I get all up in their face and take pictures. I also had some of the staff do it.”
In this guy’s case, however, he might count himself lucky that a few seconds of camera-time in Warren’s post was all the punishment he got.
The muscle-bound belle is also a professional MMA fighter.
“Little does he know you can kick his a–!!,” penned a commentator who punctuated the remark with throng of laughing emojis.
It wasn’t clear where the Hooters in question was located. Reps for the company couldn’t immediately be reached for comment.