Unfiltered Story #106346

, | Unfiltered | February 25, 2018

(I work night shift which tends to draw in the stranger customers, but during my shift we start serving breakfast as well as our normal items. Some customers think they can come and order breakfast 10-20 minutes before. This is one of those people.)
*in drive-thru, currently 10 minutes before we start serving breakfast*
Me: “Hello! What can I get for you today?”
Customer: “Can I get (breakfast item)?”
Me: “Sorry, sir we start serving breakfast in 10 minutes.”
Customer: “That’s okay I’ll wait.”
Me: “…we can’t place the order until breakfast starts, sir.”
(The customer then backs up and goes inside to order, thinking that will change anything.)
Customer: “Hey can I get (breakfast item)?”
Coworker: “Sorry we can’t serve breakfast yet.”
(It is now 5 minutes before we can place the order. The customer leaves the store. Then a few minutes later…)
Me: “Hello! What can I get for you today?”
Customer: “Can I get breakfast yet?!”
Me: “…yes sir what can I get you for?”
Customer: “I just went inside and they said I couldn’t get it yet!”
Me: “…”
(After he places his order he pulls up to the window)
Customer: “You guys need to figure it out!”
(Dozens of customers yell or berate us for this.)

Unfiltered Story #106344

, | Unfiltered | February 25, 2018

I work in a supermarket, mostly as a cashier but sometime i help stocking shelves, my coworkers and I have had several run ins with a very rude customer, he’s offensive, condedscending and agressive if he encounters any resistance, our manager refuses to ban the guy because they live in the same building, and he’s afraid of being attacked, so the guy is free to come in and bully us, and customers, quoting “i’m stronger than you what are you going to do about it”

After not showing up for two weeks he limps back into the store with a swollen face, black eye, broken swollen nose, swollen jaw and a broken front tooth, a few fingers on his right hand are broken, he looks like he had his ass kicked and none in the store wheree sad to see it, after getring his purchases he limps up to my counter.

Rude guy: *sees me staring* “don’t you fucking laugh!” *clutches his jaw which cleary hurts*

Me: “of course sir, did you find everything you need?” *biting my tongue so i dont ask him if he found painkillers*

Rude guy: “yeah just ring me the fuck up”

After ringing him through another regulair watches him leave with a smile

Regulair: “looks like he found someone stronger than him, what do you think he’ll do about that?”

Unfiltered Story #106342

| Unfiltered | February 25, 2018

A woman comes up to my desk.

Woman: Are you a black woman?

Me: *who is clearly a white man* No?

Woman: Am I a black woman?

Me: Yes.

She then got very angry with me, accusing me of being racist and calling the police. When they arrived, I didn’t even have to say anything. They arrested her and apologised to me for the inconvenience.

Unfiltered Story #106340

, , , | Unfiltered | February 25, 2018

(I work at a department store, and our system goes offline. This means that debit cards have to be run as credit to work. This has no effect on the price or what the customer is charged; the only difference is that the customer has to sign for the purchase instead of putting in their PIN. Most customers are entirely understanding and more than happy to run their cards as credit. I have one customer who is about ninety years old, buying a few things for his granddaughter. At the end of the transaction, he gives me his card.)

Me: “Is this debit or credit?”

Customer: “Debit.”

Me: “All right, sir, I can try to run it as debit, but our system is offline today, and it may have to run as credit. Is that all right?”

Customer: “What? I wish you’d told me that before I picked these out. Is it gonna charge me extra?”

Me: “Oh, no, sir, it doesn’t change anything, it’s just a different way to get at your account.”

Customer: “Well I don’t want to be charged extra.”

Me: “Why don’t you try putting in your PIN to see if our system is back up?”

(He enters his PIN, and my screen comes up with an error saying that it needs to run as credit instead.)

Me: “Okay, sir, it does look like our system is still offline, so this will have to be run as credit.”

Customer: “I don’t want to be charged extra for this.”

(At this point, he literally THROWS the stylus for the signature device onto the counter and starts to walk off.)

Me: “Sir, you forgot your card!”

(He turns back to grab his card and then stomps off, complaining that he’ll never shop here again. It was the most childish thing I’ve ever seen, and I work in the kids’ department!)

Unfiltered Story #105981

, , | Unfiltered | February 24, 2018

(We are hosting a bris (a Jewish ceremony when baby boys are circumcised on their eighth day). Our newest coworker is (thoroughly unbeknownst) standing directly in front of the ‘soon-to-be-snipped’ for a moment during the reception. Our rabbi walks into the courtyard and exclaims:)

Rabbi: “Where’s this baby?! Oh, I see him right here.” *points at my coworker*

Coworker: “What was that?! Shouldn’t he be with the baby?”

Me: “He’s just joking that you’re the youngest of all of us.”

Coworker: “Maybe he WAS actually talking about the baby. It was right behind me…”

Me: “Well, you are basically the baby of this particular group.”

Coworker: “Newest, but not youngest.”

Me: *shuts the h*** up and takes the unintentional complement*

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