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He also included a picture of Stuck and linked to her Facebook page.
Stuck defended herself, saying she and her husband left two $20 bills on the table to cover the $30 meal. She also watched in amazement as Capron's angry response sent off a social media firestorm.
"He went off on me," she told WSB-TV. "It just keeps going and going and it keeps going further than that, just about this."
Capron also felt the heat and removed his posts from Facebook and Twitter, offered Stuck an apology via Facebook, and a coupon for dinner at the restaurant, on him.
"Dear, Stephanie S. - We are truly sorry, it was a bonehead move on our part. But more importantly - it was rude to you and an inappropriate use of social media, which has been a driving force for our business because we can't afford traditional advertising," he said. "We rely on word-of-mouth. Your experience was yours to share and not mine to abuse. Boners BBQ is my passion and my life. Please give me the opportunity to serve you again at our expense - if not please allow me to fully refund your money on me, Sincerely, Andrew Capron."
Stuck expressed sympathy for the position in which Capron put himself.
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