Ten and twelve hour schedules. Salaries well below the legal minimum, 800 and 900 euros for full days. Register for Social Security for fewer hours than those worked, even by half. Absolute non-compliance with overtime compensation. Some – or several – of these conditions are repeated day in and day out through anonymous testimonies from the hospitality sector in the account of @I’m a waiter, whose command is led by Jesús Soriano, a “waiter for 18 years” and who now only works part-time, more dedicated to social networks. “There are people who don’t believe them, but unfortunately I don’t have to invent anything,” he explains to this medium.