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Manager Mistakes Customer For An Employee And Shouts At Them, Learns A Lesson The Hard Way

The last thing you want to happen after working a long shift at a store you don’t even work for is to get into an argument with your manager after you’ve just finished a long shift at a store you don’t even work for after you’ve just finished a long shift at a store you didn’t even work at. A Reddit user by the name of Tenguninja85 stopped into a Tesco store one morning on their way home to grab a snack before they carried on with their day and started to get some well-deserved sleep.

Nevertheless, the man who was watching over the place had mistaken them for an employee, and so he scolded them for being slack while they browsed the shelves, as well as abusing them as a result, as he mistook them for an employee and thought they were slacking. In addition to giving him a reality check, Tenguninja85 decided to play around with him a little bit during the process of giving him a reality check. I encourage you to scroll down and read the full article that can be found below, and we look forward to seeing you at the end of it.

1. This a 14-year-old story when OP worked for Reliance at the airport

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2. OP decided to get a sandwich on his way home

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3. He heard someone say “excuse me”

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4. That’s just rude

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5. OP was confused and tired

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6. He told the man that he works for the company that provides them security but he isn’t their guard

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7. So the man realized that he made a mistake and apologized

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8. OP wanted help carrying his basket

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9. Just to teach him a lesson he shopped for 30 minutes shopping and went to every aisle

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10. This Reddit user shares his experience of working with Tesco

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11. For real imagine a manager following a security guard carrying his basket lmao

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12. Well yes OP should have reported him to corporate

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13. This Reddit user shares his experience of being an off duty security guard lol

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14. Did he really deserve that though?

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15. Lmao!

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16. Exactly shouldn’t be slapping things out of people hands even if they work for you

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17. He was OP’s personal shopper for real lmao

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18. Couldn’t agree more

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19. Well yes if you have a manager like him anyone would take a day off without informing the manager

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20. Exactly this isn’t how you are supposed to talk with your employees

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21. Former security guard burst out laughing after this post

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22. This is what happens every time

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23. Do you think OP should have called the police?

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This was it, folks, this was the story well honestly the manager overreacted and shouldn’t have snatched OP’s basket out of his hand. Let us know what you think about it down below in the comment section and make sure to like and share this article with your friends and family and stay tuned for more content like this with Defused. Thank You!

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