Customer Requests Can Be Unrealistic

, , , | Right | January 20, 2011

(I work for a large retailer at a mall as a security guard which means wearing a dress shirt and tie with a jacket. As it’s the holiday shopping season, it is impossible to find parking. I have just parked my car to go into work when I am approached by an older lady in her vehicle.)

Customer: “Excuse me, young man, are you leaving?”

Me: “No, ma’am. I just got here.”

Customer: “Why are you all dressed up?”

Me: “Well, I work at the store over here.”

Customer: “So you’re not a real person? You should give me your spot.”

Me: “Excuse me?”

Customer: “You’re not a real person. You don’t need to park here like everyone else!”


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