In a time when embarrassment is only one social media exposé away, you would think that not many people would want to try their luck in being that customer when it comes to food service. However, there are still plenty out there who seem willing to sacrifice their manners at the first sign of inconvenience and even go as far as publicizing it.
This was the case with Jervon Speed Jr, otherwise known as @lotp_von on TikTok. He filmed an encounter that him and his girlfriend had at a Wendy's drive thru, in which the fast food worker refuses to take their order. In response, they begin to tease the worker, calling her "Sharkeisha" after the 2013 viral video in which one young woman attacks another. The video then cuts to later on in the confrontation, where the couple appear to try and reason with the employee, who eventually makes an abrupt end to their interaction.
In a comment, he claims they reacted in that way after the team member had gotten exasperated when his girlfriend paused while making her drink order. However, a lot of viewers were not convinced that this excused their subsequent behavior. Nonetheless, Jervon maintained that they had been within their rights to act as they did during the order. However, the video underlined a truth that may not have been that pleasant for him: on the internet, the customer is not always right.