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Customer service employees reveal the rudest things they have experienced in their work

The customer is not always right! Service workers reveal their WORST experiences – including one who sat with a tired shopper and another who poured champagne on his feet at a charity event

  • Twitter users from all over the world have shared examples of rude customers
  • Started by Kirsten, from the US, thread shows customer service experiences
  • Involve customer who sat on a chair as an employee and threatened to hit them

Customer service representatives from all over the world have shared the rudest and most bizarre experiences they have had while working.

The wire was kicked off by Kirsten, from the US, who went to the social media site to ask people to share the most outrageous complaint they had ever had – and revealed that her own complaint was being made because she was folding clothes the wrong way.

She was quickly inundated with comments from annoyed tweeters who regret some of the toughest customers they’ve served, with a post of 15,400 retweets and 6,200 likes.

Customer service representatives from all over the world have shared the rudest and most bizarre experiences they have had while working. Stock Image

Customer service representatives from all over the world have shared the rudest and most bizarre experiences they have had while working. Stock Image

The stories include being kicked in the face by a toddler before being told they are “not allowed to work with children,” while a woman poured champagne over her shoes after her client found the bottle too hot.

British Jade wrote: “I worked in the Card Factory and knelt down to fill the drawers. Someone was sitting on my back because “they were tired.”

“When I pointed out that I was not a chair, they said, ‘The customer is always right.’ I still don’t identify as a chair.

Ari, from the US, added, “Worked in a home appliances and decoration store. Had a lady tried returning a patio chair without a receipt or well after the closing date.

The original thread received dozens of responses from annoyed tweeters deploring some of the toughest customers they've served, with a post of 15.4K retweets and 6.2K likes.

The original thread received dozens of responses from annoyed tweeters deploring some of the toughest customers they've served, with a post of 15.4K retweets and 6.2K likes.

The original thread received dozens of responses from annoyed tweeters deploring some of the toughest customers they’ve served, with a post of 15.4K retweets and 6.2K likes.

“When we told her she couldn’t, she said it was useless and literally threw the chair across the room and then dashed out.”

Another man narrowly avoided being hit by a man on a ride after charging an extra 25 pt for a fast food meal.

Megan, from Plymouth, said: “When I ran a shoe store, I kindly asked a small child to stop kicking my face while trying on his shoes, and his father told me to” not work with children. “

The stories include being kicked in the face by a toddler before being told they are “not allowed to work with children” while a woman poured champagne over her shoes after her client thought the bottle was too hot

Mercutio, from Massachusetts, said, “The person who tried to punch me through the drive-through window because I told him to ask for 25 cents for extra McNugget sauce.”

Eirian, from London, commented: I once worked at a fancy charity event where they went to shoot. I served Dom Pérignon bottles from the customer – a customer said it was too hot and poured the two glasses in my shoes !!! Nice nice

Meg, from Sydney, added, “At a takeaway, the customer said to his son,” This is where you’ll end up if you’re not doing well at school. ” My last test results were great and I was already in college. ‘

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