A cashier at a drive thru window.

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‘Normalize service industry employees matching energy’: Dunkin’ worker tells drive-thru customer to ‘pull up’ in viral TikTok

'Pull up in the f*cking front!'

 

Dan Latu

IRL

Published Dec 3, 2021   Updated Dec 3, 2021, 1:31 pm CST

An angry customer at Dunkin’ was the final straw for a drive-thru worker. The mad cashier’s reaction has racked up over 2 million views, and most of TikTok is taking his side. 

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The video, posted by @worldstar and credited to the inactive account @_joeingenito, begins with the customer pulling up to the drive-thru window and blaring his car horn.

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Over the noise, the cashier says, “You want the money?” handing him cash. 

The customer rips the cash out of his hand and peels off. 

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“Pull up! Pull up in the fucking front!” yells the cashier, who has clearly had it with the customer’s behavior. 

TikTokers empathized with the cashier. 

“Servers are just done,” user @pdelcoak311 said. “The abuse is so outrageous.”

“Normalize service industry employees matching energy!!” @Tinabrock25 commented.

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“I am 99.99% sure every retail/food workers are ready to throw hands at any given moment,” @Unlucky_wizard wrote.

One user had had an idea for next time: “Don’t be shy drop it on the ground make them get out of the car to pick up next time bestie,” the commenter suggested.

Neither Dunkin’ nor @worldstar immediately responded to the Daily Dot’s request for comment.


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*First Published: Dec 3, 2021, 1:04 pm CST