Unfiltered Story #148868

, , , | Unfiltered | May 3, 2019

(Our office is above a bank, and our windows look out over the bank’s drive-thru. One morning we hear a frustrated customer honking her horn)

Coworker: Look at this! *Points out window*

(I look out the window to see a woman who has driven past the tellers’ machines by at least half a car length. We can’t hear what the conversation is, but the customer is gesturing wildly at the teller window and not speaking into the speaker. Note that this woman is in the third lane of the drive-thru, and the tellers probably can’t hear her.)

Me: What is she doing?

(The woman continues to be irate, and after about 5 minutes she finally figures out she needs to back up so she can reach the machine and place her deposit in the receptacle. Even then she continues to wave a menacing finger over at the teller’s window 3 lanes away, and when she receives her deposit slip and some cash back, she examines it for 3 minutes before finally driving away.)

Me: I’m so glad I don’t work in customer service anymore!