Britton Weaver recently served “a nice middle-aged couple” at a restaurant in Boise, Idaho.
Though the meal passed without incident, Weaver found a religious pamphlet when he went to collect the check.
And instead of their names, the couple signed the bill “straight.”
Weaver is gay.
"It was probably to save my soul," Weaver told KIVI. "'Go change your ways, God will forgive you.' That is what the pamphlet says."
The couple didn’t mention anything about Weaver's sexual orientation during their meal, and neither did Weaver.
“That would never come up," he said. "That is just not guest protocol. I mean, no one needs to know that.”
Weaver wasn’t entirely sure how to react.
"I got a little offended,” he said. "I got a little angered by it."
He brought the pamphlet to his manager and colleagues.
"A couple of them were actually more upset than I was," Weaver said. "I’ve dealt with it my whole life. I just take it as it is."
Though the couple hasn’t been identified, Weaver suggested that they make a different choice next time.
"I would say probably refrain from doing it again,” he said. "It’s a good thing that it was me and I’m not someone that is mean or someone that's going to do something crazy about it."