Indiana waitress upset over ‘Best Butt’ award from management

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INDIANAPOLIS -- An Indiana woman says she's offended after receiving an award from her employer for having the "Best Butt" on staff.

The woman, who has asked not to be named, is a waitress at Scotty's Brewhouse in Southport, Ind. She said on Monday night during an event where staff was given awards that she received the trophy in full view of about 50 coworkers.

The woman said that when the award was given to her by management, she was then told to turn around in front of everyone so people could take pictures of her behind. According to the woman, other employees were also given awards, but for things like "Best Bartender" and "Best Server."

She said she has worked for Scotty's Brewhouse for more than a year.

“I feel like I’m more than just a butt," the woman said. "I feel like I’m smart, I’m going to school.”

The woman said she went to Scotty's corporate human resources and was told by upper-level management the award was not their idea. She said that so far, no one has offered her an apology. According to her, she is still working for the restaurant while also holding down a second job and attending classes.

“I have two jobs so I can make money and continue to go to school," the woman said. "And then get my degree and not work two jobs anymore.”

FOX59 News tried several times to contact Scotty's Brewhouse corporate offices for comment, but so far has not received any kind of a response.

The woman has consulted with an attorney and is considering filing a complaint with the EEOC.