Man screams at cashier for not serving him when he cuts the queue

Man screams at cashier for not serving him when he cuts the queue

Is this fair or not? Should retailers have a queue for people on their lunch break?

A man is arguing with a store clerk
A man is arguing with a store clerk/TikTok Screenshot/@sandiletallguy

Cashiers and people who work in the service industry are usually hailed as heroes. 

For one, they have to deal with varied customers on a daily basis and we all know how some customers can be. 

Plus, they work long hours that demand great patience from them. The pace is always fast and you have to be on the ball with everything. 

We really feel for this cashier and her colleague who tried to calm a very aggressive customer down. 

In a video that was shared on TikTok, we see a customer standing at the front of a queue arguing with a cashier. 

He is loud, rude, and is literally in her face, infringing on her personal space. 

The video caption gives us some headway into what is happening. The man, who is on his lunch break, cuts the queue to purchase something and the cashier asked him to follow the queue like everyone else. 

Watch the video below, courtesy of TikTok.

@sandiletallguy #CapCut ♬ original sound - tall guy

We can understand that it might be frustrating to stand in a long queue which may take your whole lunch break, but this sort of behaviour is not welcomed or acceptable. 

Treat people how you would like to be treated.

On a different note, should this be something that larger retailers look into? 

Having a policy that allows people on their lunch break to have a designated queue? But the question over control would come into play. How would they be able to ascertain who is on their break? 

Perhaps they should have directed him to the less than 10 items queue...

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Image Courtesy of TikTok


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