Woman stunned as she's forced to pay $500 dinner bill on first date
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An Australian has gone viral after being shocked to learn that a man expected her to pick up their date night bill.
Creator Annie Knight has made headlines recently after revealing how much money she earns selling X-rated content on OnlyFans.
She also added that she expected her earnings to rise to $134,000 for the month of October.
Due to being in the 0.09 percent of earners on the subscription-based platform, OnlyFans has allowed Annie to begin hosting the Double Dose podcast with fellow model Taila Maddison.
However, being frank about money and open about her earnings has allegedly led to the social media star being put in an uncomfortable position.
In a post shared with her second TikTok account’s 33,700 followers, Annie said: “I went on a date the other night and he made me pay - it was $500.”
Explaining that she had been talking to a guy on a dating app for a week before they decided to go to a restaurant together in Melbourne.
“We had a great dinner. He was pretty good. If had to rate the date I would probably say it was a seven out of ten - it was fine.
“We had lots of cocktails, a bottle of wine, it was lots of fun. And then I get up to go to the bathroom.”
Annie said that after her trip to the loo, the bill had been placed on the table and it ‘sat there for ages’.
She continued to say that it got a bit ‘awkward’ and she questioned why the man hadn’t broached the topic of the cheque.
“I don’t expect the guy to pay, but I do expect them to at least offer,” she added.
However, the date turned tragic when the waiter allegedly asked if the couple were ready to pay.
“He just looked at me and said ‘she’s paying’. $500 and I assume that he’s seen all the stories and stuff about how much money I make and thought I’d cop the bill.”
She added that she ‘didn’t care’ about who paid the bill, but was surprised by the outcome of the evening.
Annie concluded: “It’s safe to say I will not be seeing that man again.”
Following the clip being posted on social media, fellow TikTok users have flocked to the comments section to give their two cents.
One said: “So (sic) you will never see him cause you paid but if he paid it’s fine?”
A second said: “So if he paid for the date (sic) and ghosted you, would you still have a problem with that?”
Another questioned: “Was this a date or a client? Client he pays dates if it’s the first he pays.”
“It’s simply about manners,” commented a fourth. “Some guys have them and some do not.”