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The saying “The customer is always right” proves to be a fallacy in a recent video that captures a woman having a psychotic meltdown in the middle of a kebab restaurant.
In the video, the woman can be seen complaining at the restaurant counter that her order contained green peppers instead of red peppers. When the restaurant workers confer with each other in another language, the woman tells them:
“If you want to be polite to the customer, then you speak English. My kids don’t eat green things, they eat red peppers!
The restaurant workers offer to remake the woman’s meal, but she demands to know how long it will take. When they tell her it will take another 15 minutes, she screams:
“I don’t have 15 minutes!”
The woman goes on to lecture the two workers on the correct way to speak to customers in America, saying:
“You get it right the first time! The customer is always right!”
She then turns around to head for the door, but not before she adds:
“Get it right the first time!”
As the woman reaches the door, however, she runs straight into the glass.
A little bit of karma, perhaps?