Until it wasn't. In a total out of character move for most fired restaurant employees, the girl in question actually took the time to write an apology to Hooters. Yes, actually WRITE. She didn't email or call or text. She actually put a little bit of effort in an drafted an apology. I have to admit that's pretty astounding in this day and age.
What I find most impressive though is the fact that it wasn't one of those underhanded apologizes that's actually begging for your job back in disguise. She made it clear that she understood and didn't expect to be asked to return to work. She was handling her shit like an adult. I like that.
In addition to all of that, she took the time to specifically apologize for possibly putting the bartender's job in jeopardy as well as her own. In the end it seemed that that was the fact she was most regretful about.
So while I still think what she did was entirely stupid, I am pleased to see someone take responsibility for their actions. A little consideration is just nice now and again.