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Video: Rude SG Auntie Curses KFC Worker’s Whole Family & Spits On Her TWICE Over Delayed Order

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Time and time again, we have seen the dedication and lengths that our frontline workers, whether it be doctors and nurses or people working to prepare our meals at restaurants while we wait at home in comfort. And this doesn’t just apply to Malaysians, but frontline workers everywhere too.

Yet, there are still people who think it to be justifiable to lash out at these workers out of frustration or a mild moment’s of inconvenience, going to the extent of degrading and disrespecting them outright.

In an incident that was caught on video, a Singaporean woman was seen hurling expletives at a KFC employee for making her wait too long.

Knn this Auntie !!! Why… Cannot Wait then Cook at home lah !!! Split at the Poor Girl Somemore !! NNB … KFC management here Should File a Police Report to Give Justice to your Staff !(Video content shared by a friend)

Posted by Randy Sia on Wednesday, April 22, 2020

In the short, 11-second clip, the woman was seen turning visibly aggressive towards the KFC employee, and can audibly be heard saying:

“Don’t make people wait like that! Wait for you to die! Wait for your whole family to die!” she screams, before spitting at the employee twice. 

What makes it all the more worse is that the woman is seen not wearing a face-mask, which has been made mandatory in Singapore. And as you can imagine, netizens have not taken kindly to this woman and her despicable actions, and have called on the authorities to look into this incident.

What do you guys make of all this? 

 

Also read: Watch: SG Men Wait In Crazy Long Lines To Get Haircuts Before Barbers Close For Circuit Breaker

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