I’m a Hooters girl – I love getting a phone number on the receipt, but only from a certain type of customer

A HOOTERS waitress shared her experience of being flirted with at work.

Jasmina, who goes by the TikTok name @certifiedcitygirl444, often shares videos from her work at Hooters and reveals she was hit on in uniform.

Jasmina shared that she likes being flirted with certain clients at work

In a recent TikTok video, she filmed herself in her uniform in her restaurant’s dressing room.

She wore a white short-sleeved logoed fitted shirt tucked into orange spandex booty shorts.

Jasmina also had a full face of makeup and impeccably curled hair.

She began dancing around confidently.

“Me when a pretty girl leaves her number on the receipt,” she wrote over the video.

Feeling good and proud of herself, Jasmina used audio of a man singing, “Hey, look at me. Oh, look at me.”

“Like how do you know I’m gay?” she asked in the caption, along with an LGBT hashtag.

People, and women in particular, were blown away by Jasmina’s beauty, with many asking which restaurant she worked at.

“Maybe I need to go to Hooters now,” someone joked.

Others answered Jasmina’s question, which is how some customers can tell that she is gay.

“She didn’t know, she was hoping,” one commented, and another woman echoed, “Sometimes we just hope.”

In a follow-up video, Jasmina further shared her love of getting some attention both inside and outside of work.

The on-screen text read, “Male affirmation <" as she shook her head and hand in disapproval.

Then the lyrics changed to: “Female affirmation >” as she happily began to dance.

“Women are just better,” one person commented, and another agreed, “Makes me twirl my hair and kick my feet.”

Jasmina was excited when a woman left her her phone number
As a gay woman, Jasmina shared that she prefers to get female attention

https://www.the-sun.com/?p=6937877 I’m a Hooters girl – I love getting a phone number on the receipt, but only from a certain type of customer

Emma James

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