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Some People Have Never Been Told “No” And It Shows

, , , , , | Right | January 22, 2021

Because of current events, California has recently placed even more restrictions on businesses and my store is currently only allowed to have eighteen customers in at a time, or we risk getting shut down.

I have just let the eighteenth customer in and am conversing with them a short way inside the door when a lady comes charging into the store. I hold my hand up, “stop in the name of love” style.

Me: “Ma’am, we’re at capacity right now.” 

The woman reels back dramatically.

Customer: “Oh, my God! I’ve never been so assaulted in my whole life!”

She stomps out after I attempt to explain the regulations to her. Sometime later, my coworker gives me the heads-up that the lady is back in the store and is going around telling all the staff how “assaulted’ she was.

She runs into me near the register counter and demands my name, which I calmly give.

Customer: “I’m going to write to corporate about how assaulted I was!”

I understand that folks are under a lot of stress these days, but that woman must live a charmed life if her idea of assault is being told to wait her turn!

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