Frequent enough fast food restaurants, and from time to time you’re bound to receive something other than what you order. But one customer verbally accosted the drive-through employees of a Wendy’s
when he realized his hamburger came with an unwelcome guest: a slice of cheese.
It seems the fast food patron went it search of a simple hamburger, but instead received a patty laced with cheese.
A video of the encounter shows he returned to the drive-thru window on foot demanding his money back “fast” while shouting that he wanted a refund “for the awful hamburger.”
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“There’s no cheese in hamburger,” he's seen shouting as he rails on about the “incompetence” of the staff.
Apparantly, this isn't the first time Wendy’s got his order wrong.
“Please be competent once in your life!” he pleaded.
A tirade littered with obscenities followed.
Reactions to the customer’s tantrum have been mixed. Many support his emotional outburst.
One commenter agreed not receiving what you order and pay for is aggravating.
“I'll probably be in the minority here, but ... I hate it when that s— happens. He probably shouldn't have lost his s— like that, but I know where he's coming from,” he wrote.
“If you pay for a hamburger you should get a hamburger,” added user MarsellusWallaceLooksLike.
“In his defense, it’s my experience that people who work in fast food are generally incompetent when it comes to taking and filling order properly,” added Scot_EJ.
But not everyone agreed that a tantrum was the best way to express frustration over the erroneous placement of cheese. And some feel the low pay-scale is just cause to hold the employees harmless.
“The minute someone starts yelling/being abusive at a minimum wage earner or top earner I instantly take the employee’s side. I don’t care if they served you a raw monkey penis covered in botulism sauce,” said thisisstupid19.
“It happened before to him? Why does he keep going there? He’s the incompetent,” said another commenter.
He might be jeopardizing his heart, too.
Pent up anger has long been thought to trigger an increased risk of heart attack. But a new study says blowing up and tantruming just might have a similar result. A team of researchers found that flying off the handle and having a fit of rage can double the odds of having a heart attack within two hours of the incident. The more dramatic and angry the outburst, the higher the risk, says the study.
The link between tantrums and heart attacks lie in the increased production of stress hormones that’s triggered by emotions. These hormones can elevate blood pressure to dangerous levels.
Here’s hoping this upset patron calmed down, and took a second to check his blood pressure.
(Warning: Video contains obscene language.)
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