A TIKTOK went viral after a waiter was accused of being rude for no reason but the video has left viewers divided. 

While receiving their food, one of the ladies at the table tells the waiter it’s their friend’s birthday and asks if they could have any candles.

The waiter says, “No, I don’t really have time to do that right now,” leaving an awkward silence.

“We cared enough to celebrate your birthday,” wrote the poster LifeOfPerveen.

The video now sits at over 100,000 views with hundreds of comments arguing if the waiter is in the right or not.

One person wrote: "I’m a server and I would have just said ‘No, sorry,’ if I didn’t have enough time.

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"He was just being rude for no reason.”

Another person said, “Should have left him a note saying ‘Sorry, don’t really have money for tips.'”

However, others decided to cut the waiter some slack, writing, “Nah I understand the waiter sometimes the place is too busy to give special attention to people who will leave a mess and won’t tip either way.”

Someone else wrote, “He knew you were tipping 15 percent anyways.”

It’s unknown where the incident took place or if Perveen, the poster, ended up tipping the man or not.

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This isn’t the first time that she has had an awkward situation with a server.

In one of her more popular videos with over 5million views, Perveen said that one waitress got “too comfortable” with her husband.

However, it seems that this was played more for laughs than the other video as the waitress seems to poke fun at the situation as she lip-syncs on camera.

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