Reviewers never seem to tell the whole truth, do they? If you fire some shots on Yelp, be prepared to defend yourself.
We're not sure what kind of person tries to spray paint a four hundred dollar vase, but it makes sense that it's the same kind of person who demands that the store she bought it from pay for her mistake. We're kind of hoping this customer is lying about the whole thing in order to defraud the store, but given the stupid-ass customers we've dealt with in our own lives, she's probably telling the idiotic truth. For a triumphant story of an employee who actually gave an awful customer a piece of their mind, check out this cashier who told off a Karen and lived.
Remember that GameStop customer who tried to pick up his preordered copy of Grand Theft Auto V with his business card instead of a valid photo ID? Well, now that the video has gone viral, GameStop just issued a formal apology to the customer via Facebook, adding that they're "investigating the situation."