Clash Between Customer And Fast Food Worker Quickly Goes Viral (VIDEO)

Interactions between restaurant employees and customers can edge towards the testy side from time to time, and sometimes they get flat out of hand. According to America News, that’s exactly what happened at this Burger King stemming from an improperly concocted milkshake.

Video of the incident has emerged and made the rounds on social media. A customer was clearly unhappy with the way the milkshake was served to her, and asked for a refund. The employee became belligerent and began cursing at the woman.

“You cannot treat people like this. This is your job. You handed me soft serve ice cream and then gave me some garbage, and I’m not going to eat it,” the woman attempted to explain.

That would cause the Burger King employee to really lose it, and she would ask the customer to take her business elsewhere.

“Really? I don’t give a f**k, go ahead,” the employee said.

The employee realized she was being filmed, and that caused her to get even more angry.

“You took my picture for real? Do you want to get slapped?” she asked.

Reddit has been alive with comments over the videotaped incident, including a helpful post from a Redditor who explains the proper way to make a Burger King milkshake.

Source: Live Leak
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