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This man pretended to be the Moroccan Prime Minister for a table at a restaurant

The head chef completely bought the man's story. He even made him sign a plate and clicked a picture with him

Sreyashi Mazumdar @Sreyashi27 22 June 2018, 4:13 PM
Ihab's daddy cool

Ihab's daddy cool Image: Twitter/Ihab

Food is bae. Period. Good food, at times, is better than mind-blowing sex. But what if you fail to get food when your hunger is at its peak? Say you go to a restaurant and you fail to get a table. The natural response is to either wait or push off to some other food joint. But this man from New York duped the manager at the help desk in a restaurant. He declared himself the Moroccan Prime Minister to get a table. And guess what, the restaurant folks bought it. In fact, the head chef asked the man to sign a plate and also clicked a picture with him. The fact that he actually resembles the Moroccan PM, Saadeddine Othmani, made it all believable.

Ihab, the man's son, shared the hilarious episode on Twitter. "My dad wanted to make a reservation at a restaurant and they told him that they were completely booked, minutes later he called back claiming to be the prime minister of Morocco... we got the best table in the place and the chef answer him to sign a plate and take a pic w him," he tweeted.

Check out how Ihab's dad fooled the head chef:

Ihab's dad is definitely a good actor. Tweeple, however, had mixed reactions to the episode. But most couldn't stop gushing about him, just like us. 

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