We've all gotten a little impatient with fast-food workers. It can be frustrating to be in a rush and have to wait for our morning coffee, or to have an employee mess up our order.
However, most of us will keep that frustration inside and brush it off, because, at the end of the day, it doesn't really matter.
Also, because telling off an employee (or even a manager, for that matter) pretty much never makes a situation better. One man in the South Shore clearly did not realize this, as a video below shows.
A source, who prefers to remain anonymous, sent us a video of a man arguing with and shoving a Wendy's employee. Why? Because his nuggets were taking too long, says the anonymous source.
According to the source, a man came to the drive-thru of the Wendy's in the South Shore around lunch time. The man ordered nuggets.
The source says that "we had to wait for [the nuggets] to cook, so we told him to wait a few minutes." The man then allegedly began to get quite impatient, telling the employees that he was in a rush and walking around his car.
According to the source, when the man received his order, "he said 'Asti de resto à marde.'" As you can see in the video below, the employee, not understanding what he said, got closer to the man, who flipped him off.
When approached by the employee, who asked the man "what his problem was," the man shoves him and drives off as the employee attempts to get his plate numbers.
The employee has not filed a report to the police, as per our knowledge.
Just remember: just because you're hangry, doesn't mean you can take it out on unsuspecting fast-food workers, ok?