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A Starbucks barista received nearly $80,000 in tips after being singled out for refusing to serve a customer not wearing a mask

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A Starbucks barista received nearly $80,000 in tips after being singled out for refusing to serve a customer not wearing a mask

A Starbucks barista received nearly $80,000 in tips after being singled out for refusing to serve a customer not wearing a mask

A Starbucks barista was publicly shamed on Facebook by a customer who refused to follow store policy and wear a mask.

The 24-year-old barista, Lenin Guiterrez asked customer Amber Lynn Gilles to wear a face mask while she ordered.

Gilles became irate, cursing at Guiterrez and threatening to call the police next time she was asked to wear a mask.

After Gilles tried to publicly humiliate Guiterrez through a Facebook post, a GoFundMe was started for the barista.

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