Unfiltered Story #182215

, , | Unfiltered | January 8, 2020

[A customer with a wobbly gait comes through the entrance of the store pushing a cart; the greeter is quick to approach her.]

Greeter: I’m sorry ma’am but, you can’t park your car in front of the store.
Customer: What do you mean!?
Greeter: You’ve parked your car right in front of the store by the fire lane, you cannot park there.
Customer: I HAVE ASTHMA.
Greeter: I’m sorry but, you really cannot park there. Even handicapped people have to park in the handicapped zones. There are also many parking spots close to the entrance.
Customer: [now screaming] I DON’T CARE! I HAVE ASTHMA AND I CANNOT WALK VERY FAR WITHOUT GETTING TIRED! I SHOULD BE ABLE TO PARK WHEREVER! I WILL ONLY BE IN THE STORE FOR A MINUTE!
Greeter: You still cannot park there.
[the customer slams her cart into the metal fence by the greeter that contains all of the carts and she walks out. She returned a few minutes later after she moved her car, acting like nothing happened.]