I Want My Chicken Nugget…Now!
Kathleen worked at McDonald’s during her Sophomore year in high school, in which she encountered unpleasant event. Kathleen recalls one incident in which a customer threw a box of chicken nuggets in her face, claiming that he ordered a ten piece and only received nine in the box. Kathleen said, ” The customer kept screaming over his missing nugget. I had to count the nuggets in front of the customer.”
Kathleen’s manager apologized to the customer and gave him a free coupon towards his next meal.
“My manger did not ask me if I was okay, instead he sent me out to go work in the lobby. Even though years have passed since that incident happened, I still get very upset.
I Want My Cool Ranch Doritos Locos…Now!
Carlson worked as a manger at Taco Bell. On one occasion Carlson recalls an incident in which a customer threaten to punch his lights out if he didn’t receive his order. “We were all out of the Cool Ranch Doritos Locos,” Carlson says, “I tried to offer him another item off the menu free of charge but he was not pleased. He kept threatening to punch me if he didn’t get his order. Luckily a policeman walked in and handled the situation.” Carlson expressed, “I quit that day. I’m not trying to get knocked out over a taco. I don’t think so.”
I Want My Crunchy Sugar Topping…Wench!
Anita worked at Starbucks in which she claims thats he encountered the worse customers ever. “A customer went off on me because we ran out of the crunchy sugar topping for the Caramel Ribbon Crunch.” She continued, “She went hysterical. The customer called me a wench and told me that she was going to take her claim to corporate. Taking time to contact corporate over crunch sugar topping is ridiculous.” Anita stated.
I Want My Money Back…Bleeeeeeep!
Fast food workers are not the only ones who encounter angry customers. Department store employees encounter their fair share of abusive customers as well.
Ivory worked for Victoria Secrets, in which she can recall a customer who threw dirty underwear at her. “We are not allowed to take back garments that have been worn. It was obvious that the customer had worn the thong. As I tried to explain our store policy she began ranting and raving. She threw the stained underwear at me and called me a lot of things that I can’t repeat.” Ivory shared.
We have All Played A Part In A Horror Story Of Our Own.
There are many horror stories out there and sadly some of us have taken part in the disgruntle customer role. Luckily our rant was not caught on film for the world to see.
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