UNDATED (CNN) - If you've ever been treated badly by a store clerk you might want to have your cell phone camera ready the next time it happens. A man in Florida did. Instead of service with a smile, he got service with an upraised finger.
We've all experienced bad service, but what do you call it when you're served a middle finger?
Holding the camera was a guy named Chris, who came into this 7-11 in Orlando, Florida with his 3-year-old son. The worker asked the boy if he wanted a ride on the broom she was using. The dad said no. He said she started yelling.
Chris complained to the manager but this was only part 1. After Chris left the store, guess who showed up once again with an upraised finger? You can her Chris' son asking a very good question, "What doing?"
Maybe this is her idea of curb service. But both drivers stayed in their cars. He may say he was armed but at least no shots were fired. Actually, the only thing fired was the employee which explains the now hiring sign.
CNN wasn't able to track down the worker to get her version of events and neither the 7-11's manager nor corporate headquarters would comment. But Chris had this reaction to the employee's firing, "I'm very happy with it. By her actions she should have been arrested."
Instead of pressing charges, Chris pressed his case in the court of public opinion, AKA YouTube, where he musically chewed her out for chewing him up.