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Waitress strips naked for final shift at Brooklyn pizzeria

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Restaurant goers at Roberta's, a pizzeria in Bushwick, Brooklyn, got more than just their dinner this past weekend. Customers got an eyeful when they were being served by a naked waitress.

The eatery is tucked away in an old garage that is graffiti-laden. Customers often wait hours for the chance to dine on its Neapolitan-style pies, some of which have cheeky names like "Cheeses Christ."

This past Friday patrons weren't talking about the pizza, though, but about a waitress who got naked to celebrate her last shift at the restaurant

The server wore nothing but a pair of ankle-high black boots and ripped fishnet stockings and paraded in front hungry-eyed patrons.

One patron, Vicky Oyomba, posted a picture on her Twitter account. The message "Peace out" was scrawled on the waitress' back in black marker.

Reportedly, the other waitresses sported black bobbed wigs in honor of a co-worker as a farewell gesture.

The manager of the restaurant was not available for comment.

The Clinton's were at the restaurant recently for a VIP dinner, according to Fox 5 News.

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