So I've been reading some of your guy's stories for a while now and I want to share one of my own that happened fairly recently.
**TL;DR Under 17 couple gets busted by mom in R rated movie, mom is devastaed, boyfriend tries to lie to not get in trouble and then laughs about possibly losing girlfriend.
Love is blind to evil I guess.**
A few nights ago a teenager and his girlfriend came in to see The Lazarus effect. They were both at most fifteen. The guy was wearing a blue dress shirt, some shorts, and a baseball cap on backwards.
(We'll call him Bf) The girl was wearing a white shirt and some athletic shorts.(Calling her Gf) I send them to the theater and move on. Lots of theaters to clean.
The night goes on pretty normally.
Later on, a couple older women(Mid-forties) come in and ask for a manager. I get my manager and they all talk.
(I was busy tearing tickets so I didn't pay attention to what they were talking about) The women leave and I go to clean up more theaters. Some time passes and the theater slows down.
I look down a hallway and who do I see? Bf, Gf, my manager, and Gf's mom(gonna call her Mom) standing outside Focus. I'm at the other end, and I see Mom pulling on Gf's arm.
They walk my way, toward the exit and I hear Mom say to Gf. "There was no *other* couple" in a sad, pained voice.
(Assuming Mom was shutting down Gf's lies) They leave and my manager demands a ticket from Bf. He says he "Lost it". He continues to try to lie to not get in trouble.
Eventually my manager tells him to go back to The Lazarus Effect. I walk with him to make sure he doesn't try to sneak into any more movies.
He ends up talking to an older guy he knows(I'm assuming his ride), and Bf explains the situation to him. While this happens The Lazarus Effect lets out.
I tell Bf he needs to go back to the leave or buy a ticket to see a movie. His ride says "Oh, he's coming with me" and then points to American Sniper. I say "He needs to buy a ticket".
At this point Bf says, I'll just be at the store.(Guessing a nearby Publix.
Bf apologizes about the whole thing while laughing, and I look at him and say "It's your life, but you may have just lost your girlfriend". He laughs and agrees. He leaves and I finish my shift.