He Must Have REALLY Needed To Go

, , , , , | Right | November 23, 2020

I work in a small law firm. We have recently moved. There are several other companies located on this floor of the office building. Every door is marked with the suite number and company name, except ours; building management hasn’t done ours yet. As I am checking something with the receptionist, the front door bursts open, and a middle-aged man comes barreling in.

Man: “What? Why are you here?!”

Receptionist: “I’m sorry? Did you have an appointment?”

Man: “Of course not! Never thought I would need one. But why are you here?”

Receptionist: “I work here. Was there someone you wanted to see?”

Man: “Of course not! This is ridiculous! Just let me in!”

Receptionist: “I need to know who you need to speak with before I can let you into their office.”

Man: “No one! No office. Let. Me. In!”

Me: “Sir, I’m the office manager. Can you tell me what the problem seems to be? I’m sure we can get you pointed in the right direction.”

Man: “I’m in the right direction. Move!

He tries to push past me.

Me: “Sir, you need to leave now or I’m calling the police.”

Man: “Police? Just let me use the f****** toilet, you b****!”

Me: “The men’s room is two doors down.”

Man: “And you couldn’t tell me that in the first place?!”

He turned around and left, SLAMMING the door behind him.

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