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The feud began on Monday when Fraser Harvey decided to become himself & # 39; customer of the week & # 39; to crown at Sensory Lab on Collins Street in Melbourne

A battle between two competitive coffee lovers for the & # 39; best customer & # 39; of becoming a cafe ended with one getting a painful tattoo in honor of the store.

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The feud began on Monday when Fraser Harvey decided to become himself & # 39; customer of the week & # 39; to crown at Sensory Lab on Collins Street in Melbourne.

He posted a photo of the A4 poster on Twitter with the caption: & # 39; The cafe near the work does not have a loyalty program, so I made one for them & # 39 ;.

The feud began on Monday when Fraser Harvey decided to become himself & # 39; customer of the week & # 39; to crown at Sensory Lab on Collins Street in Melbourne

The feud began on Monday when Fraser Harvey decided to become himself & # 39; customer of the week & # 39; to crown at Sensory Lab on Collins Street in Melbourne

Just two hours after Mr Harvey presented his photo in the store, he returned to find out that someone had surpassed him

Just two hours after Mr Harvey presented his photo in the store, he returned to find out that someone had surpassed him

Just two hours after Mr Harvey presented his photo in the store, he returned to find out that someone had surpassed him

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The poster says he is the & # 39; customer of the week & # 39; is in 2019, a title in which he claimed that he had purchased & # 39; excellent coffee in this store & # 39 ;.

But only two hours after Mr. Harvey presented his photo in the store, he returned to find out that someone had surpassed him.

A larger framed certificate from a young woman named Harriet Noall was reading on a shelf: & # 39; Customer of the Week (every week).

& # 39; I am going back inside and being confronted with these horses ** t. Another customer has tried to help me. They have just made a very powerless enemy, & he posted on Twitter.

In an effort to regain his dignity – and the prize of & # 39; best customer & # 39; – Mr Harvey decided to give the café an A2 frame with his certificate in it.

This time he added two tenders that were attributed to the staff: & # 39; No other customer, including Harriet, is so welcome & # 39 ;.

To his great disappointment, Mr. Harvey returned to the store to discover that his competitor had projected her face onto an entire wall of the store.

In an effort to regain his dignity - and the prize of & # 39; best customer & # 39; - Mr Harvey decided to give the café an A2 frame with his certificate
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In an effort to regain his dignity - and the prize of & # 39; best customer & # 39; - Mr Harvey decided to give the café an A2 frame with his certificate

In an effort to regain his dignity – and the prize of & # 39; best customer & # 39; – Mr Harvey decided to give the café an A2 frame with his certificate

To his great disappointment, Mr. Harvey returned to the store to discover that his competitor had projected her face onto an entire wall of the store

To his great disappointment, Mr. Harvey returned to the store to discover that his competitor had projected her face onto an entire wall of the store

To his great disappointment, Mr. Harvey returned to the store to discover that his competitor had projected her face onto an entire wall of the store

& # 39; I am absolutely furious & # 39 ;, he wrote on Twitter with the image of the projection.

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On Thursday Mr. Harvey boost his game by pressing cards and t-shirts with his name on it as part of the Fraser Harvey Memorial Coffee Loyalty Program.

The & # 39; personnel uniforms & # 39; his white t-shirts with the same image of Mr. Harvey and the statement & # 39; Sensory Lab welcomes … # 1 customer Fraser & # 39 ;.

To talk with The GuardianMr. Harvey hoped that the t-shirts and loyalty cards would have declared him victorious in the escalating battle.

Harvey decided to boost his game by printing cards and t-shirts with his name on it as part of the Fraser Harvey Memorial Coffee Loyalty Program

Harvey decided to boost his game by printing cards and t-shirts with his name on it as part of the Fraser Harvey Memorial Coffee Loyalty Program

Harvey decided to boost his game by printing cards and t-shirts with his name on it as part of the Fraser Harvey Memorial Coffee Loyalty Program

The & # 39; personnel uniforms & # 39; his white t-shirts with the same photo of Mr. Harvey and the statement & # 39; Sensory Lab welcomes ... # 1 customer Fraser & # 39;
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The & # 39; personnel uniforms & # 39; his white t-shirts with the same photo of Mr. Harvey and the statement & # 39; Sensory Lab welcomes ... # 1 customer Fraser & # 39;

The & # 39; personnel uniforms & # 39; his white t-shirts with the same photo of Mr. Harvey and the statement & # 39; Sensory Lab welcomes … # 1 customer Fraser & # 39;

& # 39; I think I can also speak on behalf of the staff when I say that I am definitely No. 1 now & # 39 ;, he said.

Noall & # 39; s answer, however, was to get a permanent tattoo from a Sensory Lab coffee cup that forced Harvey to admit defeat.

& # 39; I may have just lost. She has stepped up the game & # 39 ;, said Mr. Harvey.

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Mrs. Noall revealed her identity along with the permanent tattoo and told the publication that she was an urban planner who works above the cafe.

The coffee lover is smug to become the clear winner of the competition.

Noall & # 39; s answer, however, was to get a permanent tattoo of a Sensory Lab coffee cup that forced Harvey to admit defeat

Noall & # 39; s answer, however, was to get a permanent tattoo of a Sensory Lab coffee cup that forced Harvey to admit defeat

Noall & # 39; s answer, however, was to get a permanent tattoo of a Sensory Lab coffee cup that forced Harvey to admit defeat

Mrs. Noall goes to the Sensory Lab twice a day for coffee and says she loves the staff and often hangs out with them outside of work.

Although she admits to being competitive, the urban planner said she thought she was in the bag with the projector, but was impressed when Mr. Harvey returned with the cards and t-shirts.

& # 39; I thought that might have been the end, but I had this overwhelming urge to pick it up again, & # 39; she said.

Mrs. Noall said that getting the 6 cm tattoo on her ribs & # 39; insanely painful & # 39; and said it had been bleeding since she got it.

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