Video of Furious Customer Attacking Convenience Store’s Crew After His Shirt Gets Dirty Elicits Criticisms Online
A furious customer earns criticisms online for attacking the crew of a convenience store after his shirt gets dirty.
The Facebook page “Reportage” has shared video footage of a raging customer who attacked an employee of a convenience store. The video immediately circulates online and elicits comments from the netizens.
In the video, it can be seen that the customer is yelling at the crew after his shirt gets dirty due to the paint. He blamed the staff for not putting signage or warning regarding the wet paint inside the establishment.
The angry guy boasted that his pants cost P3, 500 while shirt is more than P1, 000. “Sorry, sorry? P3,500 tong pantalon ko itong damit libo, wala kayong signage diyan o warning, ano tatawanan mo ko?” the guy reiterated.
After a few moments, the raging customer attacked the helpless crew, which pushed the other employees to intervene. The security guard just watched the commotion and did not even bother to stop the two.
Other workers were able to calm the furious customer. As the tension subsides, the crew and the rude guy reconciled.
The video has a caption:
Ministop sa Chino Roces, Makati
Si Kuya nakaWhite obvious naman na nagpaPaint sa loob ng ministop dumikit sa parteng bagong pintura. Dahil sa hindi sya nagiingat sinisi nya sa staff ng Ministop.
Nakakalungkot lang isipin bat may mga taong ganito tas gusto pang ipamukha sa staff yung pagkakamali nya na di sya nagiingat.
Sana wag namn pong ganun di po nakakayaman ang kayabangan at pagiging pabaya mo sa aarili mo sir.
WALA PANG MASK SI KUYA
Meanwhile, the netizens lauded the Ministop crew for being patient and handling the situation professionally. However, the online community lambasted the arrogant man for showing inappropriate behavior.
The social media users expressed their reactions to the post:
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