Internet Gets Revenge After Pizza Delivery Man Bullied By Car Salesmen Over Measly 4 Tip
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One pizza delivery driver was left baffled when customers demanded he return with their £4 tip ($7) – after previously handing him the cash.
And after the man was blasted by salespeople in a used car dealership, the Internet has decided to get its own back on the awkward customer by leaving bad reviews on the company”s site.
The video, which was originally posted on YouTube before it was later removed, shows the employees of a used car dealership getting into a heated argument with the fast food employee over a misunderstanding with his tip.
Explaining why he took the cash, the delivery driver points out that the customers handed him an extra $5 and a couple of coins which led him to believe they had offered the money as additional compensation.
Jarrid Tansey, the delivery man from a pizza restaurant in Westport, Massachusetts can be heard protesting: "It just doesn”t make sense why you”d hand me a bill that you were just gonna have me drive back here to give you back anyway."
Irate: Pizza delivery driver and used car salesmen come to blows over $7
"I”m not mad, I just had to waste my resources coming back here."
But while his point might be a valid one, the salespeople are not interested.
"So listen," said one man. "The manager apologised once for you. Do you want him to apologise again for you?"
"Out the door before I put my foot in your a**," a female employee added.
Later, after the man had left, another employee can be heard ranting: "Get the f****** owner and the manager on the phone, I want that mother f***** done. I want him fired."
After the video went viral, the pizza restaurant was inundated with supportive calls from sympathetic customers.
Commenters on YouTube had also managed to identify the used car dealership, and left them with a host of negative reviews on both Yelp and Google.
Dramatic: All that fuss over a pizza
The manager of the Pizza Palace, where Tansey works, said: "This isn”t the first time we have had problems with F&R auto."
Mr Willoughby added that he was the manager on the night, and took the first call from the car dealership seriously.
But after the altercations continued, he has decided not to discipline his driver.
Since then the dealership has come forward to apologise.
"I was the manager on that night, and today they came and spoke to me, profusely apologised," he told Boston.com.
"We want to make things right between us, we don”t want any bad blood.
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