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Waitress At Brooklyn Pizzeria Serves Customers In The Nude; Photo Goes Viral

Patrons Cheer As Server Bids Her Employment A Very Unorthodox Farewell
Naked Waitress At Roberta's Pizza

Vicky Oyomba captured a photo of this waitress, who was waiting tables naked at Roberta’s Pizza in Brooklyn this past Friday. (Credit: Vicky Oyomba)

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NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Patrons at a restaurant in Bushwick, Brooklyn got a surprise last week when a waitress decided to celebrate her last day on the job by stripping naked as she served her customers.

In the days since, a photo of the racy scene has gone viral.

The waitress at Roberta’s Pizza, at 261 Moore St. in Brooklyn, was spotted taking orders in the buff this past Friday night.

A patron, Vicky Oyomba, captured a photo of the waitress from the back, along with the caption, “So there definitely is a 95% naked waitress serving patrons at Roberta’s in #BK right now!!!”

The photo shows the woman wearing nothing but boots, fishnet stockings and a server’s belt. The words “Peace Out” were written across her back.

Oyomba was not available to speak to CBSNewYork.com Tuesday night, but she said in other published reports that a cheer was heard throughout the restaurant when the woman appeared nearly nude, and that there was nothing covering the front of her body either.

Max Read, a writer for Gawker, also witnessed the scene and blogged about it.

“[W]e only caught the waitress, surrounded by customers taking photos, while walking out, stuffed with pizza and duck and pork, and when we asked we were told that Friday was her last day,” he wrote.

The Web site Grub Street was quick to point out that the display was not acceptable under New York City Health Code, which says “employees who prepare or serve food products, or wash and sanitize equipment and utensils must wear clean outer garments.”

But others in the blogosphere fired back. Gothamist called the staff at Grub Street “Never Nude buzzkills,” and pointed out that the fishnets “look clean enough to us” not to warrant attention from the Health Department.

Roberta’s did not immediately respond to an e-mail request for comment from CBSNewYork.com.

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