Starbucks Employee Has Epic Meltdown On Innocent Customer, And She May Be The Worst Person On Earth

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Guys, I present to you the worst person on Earth.

This psycho is, sorry *was, a Queens, New York Starbucks’ shift supervisor who has been suspended after a video surfaced of her GOING IN on an innocent customer.

According to the Huffington Post, the customer, Ruby Chen, ordered a frappa-cappa-thing with a cookie straw (savage move). Chen reported on YouTube, that the employee, who identified as Melissa, became agitated when she didn’t hear Chen give her name to another Starbucks’ employee. She then “started to shout at [Chen] saying ‘hey helloooo’ with [a] very bad attitude.”

Chen then apologized to Melissa and asked her not to raise her voice. This did not sit well.

Chen continues,

“Then she took the scanner away as I was trying to pay then told me to leave and never go back.”

She then asked to talk to the manager but the crazy lady told her that she was the manager. So, if you’re looking to rise up the ranks at Starbucks, all you need is a music theory degree and a hot temper.

A Starbucks spokesperson released the below statement to NBC New York.

“This customer’s experience is not reflective of the service our partners provide to customers every day. Our leadership team is reaching out to the customer to apologize and make this right.”

Melissa continued her campaign to be the worst person on the planet by quitting her job after the district manager refused to take her side on the matter.

Chen was reportedly given a $100 Starbucks gift card for the traumatizing experience.

There is literally nothing you can say or do to me that would make me this enraged. Screw my girlfriend, steal my wallet, grab my mom’s ass. Nothing. If this psycho gets this infuriated over a fucking cookie straw, imagine how she handles real problems. Like a line at the DMV or a burger being overcooked at a restaurant. I’d be perfectly happy never knowing this animal.

[H/T Elite Daily]


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