We've all encountered a Mégane — that bubble-gum smacking, eye-rolling customer service agent who really shouldn't be anywhere near customers. But now, at last, it seems Mégane has another career option: TikTok celebrity.\nThe viral TikTok character is the creation of Montrealer Ophélie Jacques, 17, (fifidonthavealife on TikTok) who told MTL Blog that the hilarious and perpetually-annoyed retail and call centre worker started as a joke with a friend."After that, it was really just me imagining all the times I met this kind of [character] in my life and exaggerating it a bit to give life to the Mégane we know today."\nEditor's Choice: West Island Is Getting A 'Downtown' & It May Give Montreal's A Run For Its Money (PHOTOS)\n\n\n“\n\n\nBen là, monsieur... je sais pas, moi... je vous transfère!\n\n\nMégane\n\n\n\nThe videos in Jacques' Mégane series, which imagine the customer service agent taking on a number of different jobs (presumably after getting fired each time), have garnered millions of views on TikTok.\nhttps://t.co/zguPlRY5Ub— Thomas MacDonald (@ThomasJMacD) October 26, 2020\n\nOne video with a whopping 5.2 million views shows a particularly unhelpful Mégane as a call centre agent dealing with a number of unlucky clients, transferring them at the first sign of difficulty and not hesitating to cut a call short when it's time for her break.\nHer best attempt at helping: "Have you tried restarting it?"\nhttps://t.co/xKwmXO2H3U— Thomas MacDonald (@ThomasJMacD) October 26, 2020\n\nAnother video shows her as a pushy manicurist with a lot of opinions about her customer's choices.\nFor Mégane, sometimes the best way to deal with customers who don't speak French is to just close the store early.\nhttps://t.co/OjEVrBNuqa— Thomas MacDonald (@ThomasJMacD) October 26, 2020\n\nYou can see all of Mégane's job-hopping antics on Ophélie's TikTok page.\nHer mother, Mathilde Einhorn, told MTL Blog that the videos now even have a following as far as France and Belgium.\nFor the sake of Mégane's customers, let's hope that international stardom allows her to quit retail.