Unfiltered Story #207919

, , , | Unfiltered | September 10, 2020

Guest: (as she takes money out of bra) Is it okay if it’s wet?

I get this a lot, especially in the summer time. Oh the joys of working a the biggest theme park in Canada.

Unfiltered Story #207900

, , | Unfiltered | September 9, 2020

I wasn’t overly waiting in line at Tim Horton’s. There wasn’t anyone behind me, so I went up to the glass, where the baked goods were, trying to figure out what I wanted. Then, a woman and her son came in, and they went right in front of me, while the kid was trying to decide what he wanted. Since I’m a good sport (and shy), I didn’t say anything. Though, I was thinking, “Hey, I was here first, lady…”

Then, when it came to the cashier asking who’s next, the woman behind the cutting-in woman (who I afterward discovered was her Mother) said, “(Lady’s name), this lady was in front of you.”

The kid’s Mom replied, “Oh, OK. I was wondering…”

Again, since I’m a good sport, I said, “Oh, no, it’s fine.”

The older lady then told me, “No, go ahead.”

“Oh, OK. Thank you!” I replied, before going to order.

(Just a little fun fact: I’m nineteen, but I look twelve. The fact that I was called a “lady” made me laugh.)

Unfiltered Story #207898

, , , | Unfiltered | September 9, 2020

I work at ride photos for the biggest theme park in Canada and one of their biggest roller coasters. Guests are not allowed to take pictures of their photos and we also cannot show inappropriate photos on the photo screens, like guests giving the middle finger to the camera.

A guest on the most recent ride lifted their shirt up and gave the camera the finger and our Team Lead told us that unless they were going to buy it, to not show it on the big screens because there were little kids around.

Guest: Can I see my photo?

Me: Sure [Get’s their information and realises this guest was the one to lift their shirt]. Um…I can turn the screen around to show the photo to you but due to the inappropriate nature of the photo, I cannot display it on the screens.

Guest: Excuse me?!

Me: Yes, I’m sorry; company policy. Would you like me to turn the screen around to show it to you?

Guest: What the F*ck is wrong with you? I want my photo up there to show my friends

Me: I’m sorry, I’m not allowed

Guest: [Slams hands down on the table] Did I stutter? SHOW MY F*CKING PHOTO YOU R*TARD!

My coworker is calling security as I try and calm this guest down

Me: I can show it to you on my screen but there’s little kids around and you were inappropriate in the photo. This is a family park so we have strict guidelines.


Me: You can talk to Customer Service about that. Here, I’ll show you where it is on the map [Open Park map]

The guest grabs the map and rips it in half

Me: Sir, if you do not calm down you will be forced to leave the park


Me: *under my breath* at least I have common human decency


Luckily security arrived and escorted the guest out of the park and giving him a one year ban. I was asked if I wanted to press abuse charges but I didn’t. I did however, request to be moved to a different retail location.

Unfiltered Story #207212

, , | Unfiltered | September 8, 2020

Well i am working at a local thrift store right now and aout a week maybe a little more ago our cash broke (we only havr one cash at the store) and well we waited for the part we had hoped to fix it came in we used it to hold cash as that was all it was good for and then we got the part and tryd to get it working but unforintly it didn’t fix the till so we had to send it into be fixed and so we started using the drawers that are right below where the till use to be to hold the money and debit receipts. Well i was doing it all day with every transation and well i had one custmor come and did all there stuff and added it all up and took their money. Then about 15 or so minutes later we had an OPP officer walk in and well i had a few people to serve he stood aside and then when i was competed helping them i asked him what was going on and he said “we had a report that you were stealing the money” well i explained to him what was going on and he wrote it all down and asked to speack to my manager to verify everything i had said so i got her and she explained it to him and he apologized and left

Unfiltered Story #207208

, , , | Unfiltered | September 8, 2020

I work at a world-famous jewellery store known for its swan mascot at the local mall.

Guest: Hi, I’m looking for [Bracelet that claims to instantly help people live better]. They said I could find it at any fine jewellery

Me: Ma’am, this store specialises in crystals. All the jewellery is made up of crystals. We don’t sell that bracelet

Guest: But the jewellery you sell in fine jewellery. That’s false advertisement.

Me: We never advertised to sell this bracelet. The bracelet company said they sold it at fine jewellers but we aren’t one of them!

Guest: Just give me [Scammy braclete]

Guest #2: Maybe if you actually worked out and ate healthily you wouldn’t need to spend $100 on this scam!

We ended up having to call security to escort guest #1 out as she lost it after that comment.