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    Out Of Tune-a With The Menu

    | San Jose, CA, USA | Food & Drink

    (I am working as a waitress in a sushi restaurant. A handicapped customer comes in and orders 5 rolls off of our special rolls menu. I bring the customer her food.)

    Customer: “What is this?”

    Me: “These are the rolls you ordered, ma’am.”

    Customer: “I didn’t order these. I don’t eat fish.”

    Me: “Ma’am, you specifically pointed at these rolls. The ingredients are mainly tuna and salmon. It is listed on the menu.”

    Customer: “I don’t eat fish! You are discriminating against me because I am in a wheelchair. I didn’t order this!”

    Me: “Ma’am, this is exactly what you ordered. If you don’t eat fish, you should have ordered chicken or beef teriyaki.”

    Customer: “I don’t eat fish! Bring me my rolls!”

    Me: “These are your rolls.”

    Customer: “I want to talk to your manager.”

    Manager: “Ma’am, what seems to be the problem?”

    Customer: “Your waitress brought me the wrong rolls. I want my rolls.”

    Manager: “This looks to be exactly what you ordered.”

    Customer: “I don’t eat fish!”

    Manager: “It’s listed with fish on the menu, but okay, we’ll take these back. What would like instead?”

    (The customer orders the same rolls.)

    Manager: “Ma’am, you just ordered the exact same rolls.”

    Customer: “They have fish in them?”

    Manager: “Yes.”

    Customer: “Is that because I’m handicapped?”

    Manager: “No, ma’am.”

    Customer: “I’m leaving and I’m not giving you a cent of my money. You shouldn’t falsely advertise. You should say when there will be fish!”

    Manager: *to me* “You hungry?”