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Customer threatens to slap McDonald’s manager if he refuses to sell Minions toys

Is the customer always right?

Just recently, a man intentionally responded late to a Jollibee delivery man in order to get a discount. Netizens were angered by his insensitivity.

Please read: Guy intentionally delays delivery to get a P 200 discount from Jollibee

On July 3, 2015, another netizen named Archie Dela Torre posted a status sharing his experience at McDonald’s. He said he was demanding to purchase more than three Minion toys. However, since it was the store’s policy to only sell three Minion toys, he threatened to slap the manager in the face if his request would not be granted.

Photo Credit: Senyora Santibanez Facebook Page
Photo Credit: Senyora Santibanez Facebook Page
Photo Credit: Senyora Santibanez Facebook Page
Photo Credit: Senyora Santibanez Facebook Page

The post went viral and was even shared on the Senyora Santibanez Facebook Page which angered many social media users.

One even made a very personal comment about Archie, stating that he is living a “nonsensical, immature, and meaningless earth life.”

Photo Credit: Senyora Santibanez Facebook Page
Photo Credit: Senyora Santibanez Facebook Page

Another netizen said that Archie’s photo post showing his Minions collection was only taken from another website, which could put into question Archie’s claim.

SEE: Minions return in Happy Meals starting June 15


As of this writing, the post has already been taken down. But, one thing’s for sure, social media does not condone injustice. The customer is always right is just a thing of the past. It’s just either you’re wrong or you’re right.

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