Why must be so rude?
You're familiar with the saying "the customer is always right," right? Well, just because that's the saying, it doesn't give us the right to be rude or disrespectful, does it?
Recently, a local customer took to Facebook to recount an incident at a restaurant where he ordered fried noodles, explicitly stating he didn't want any bean sprouts. However, when his order arrived, it was loaded with bean sprouts, which irritated him and ruined his appetite.
Instead of returning the dish and requesting a new one, he chose to retaliate by dumping the noodles and bean sprouts on the table, claiming he wanted to teach the restaurant a lesson about being more attentive to customer orders. This behaviour caught the attention of many members of a Facebook group.
Overall, most netizens disapproved of his actions, suggesting it would have been better to simply ask for a replacement dish rather than leaving the bean sprouts on the table.
Some questioned why he went to such extremes over bean sprouts. In contrast, some netizens criticized his actions as arrogant and suggested he should have simply separated the bean sprouts to make it easier for others to deal with.