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CHEAPO AUNTIE DEMAND PETROL MONEY AFTER FETCHING NIECE HOME

I work as a waitress. I don’t have a driver’s license and I usually come from my town to my workplace by bus.

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The problem is that on Sundays by the time I am done there is no bus (by the time I transfer here and there no more bus) and I depend on third parties to come and return.

Some weekends, the sister of my mother’s husband (he is not my father) and his daughter come to lend a hand and to return home, I go with them.

As an antecedent, her niece was angry because I began to attend some tables that are in her area (no one from my area had yet come and those clients asked me because they already know me and I found it rude to ignore them). After that, she treated the customers in a rude way and some gave complaints to my mother, who is the head of the bar.

When it came to returning home and barely getting in the car, the niece let me go abruptly and demandingly: “OP, since we take you home, you must give money to pay my mother and me for the petrol” I told them: “$5 is okay?” And the girl said: “no, at least 10” and I gave them $10 in coins because that’s what she was wearing and the niece hurried me to give her the money (“come on” “wait, I’m counting it”).

Shortly after I write to my mother on WhatsApp to tell her and just two minutes later her uncle called them angry saying that they give me my money back and that if they need more money, ask him, which the niece did in a bad way and burst into tears in silence because “they had asked for $50 to return.”

Everyone supports me, even my mother’s husband (if not, he would not have called them), but they suffer some economic problems and if they had asked me for money in good ways, I would have given it to them without further problems, but the demanding tone did not seem appropriate to me.

I told my mother that at least they should have waited for me to be at home to talk to them, but she told me that if I didn’t, they wouldn’t give me my money back because the truth is that I was embarrassed on my way home. What do you think?

Should I have told my mother?

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