The staff at a used car dealership in Massachusetts who posted a video in which they tried to shame a pizza delivery guy are now getting a taste of their own medicine and issuing apologies.
Car salesmen who have been identified as employees at F & R Auto Sales in Westport, Massachusetts, made the pizza delivery guy from Palace Pizza return and give them back his tip after claiming that he ran off with their money.
What makes the entire episode especially cruel is the fact that dealership staff gave the delivery man two twenties and two fives on a bill of $42, making it quite clear that the extra money would be for him. And here is the thing: the delivery man confirmed that with the workers.
The delivery guy has been identified by Boston.com as Jarrid Tansey. Tansey says in the video:
It just doesn’t make sense why you’d hand me a bill that you were just gonna have me drive back here to give you back anyway. I’m not mad, I just had to waste my resources coming back here.
Here is the video itself:
At this point, the leader of the salesmen says to him:
So listen: The manager apologized once for you. Do you want him to apologize again for you?
Tansey decides to leave and as he does, the woman in the office says:
Out the door before I put my foot in your ass.
Another worker in the office says:
Get the f***ing owner and the manager on the phone, I want that motherf***er done. I want him fired.
After posting the video online in an attempt to shame the delivery guy, the dealership quickly made it private as people immediately and loudly responded to their cruel and jerk-like behavior, inundating their Facebook page with comments, and taking to Twitter to lash out at the dealership and going on their Yelp page.
In a show of support for Tansey, with one person writing, a GoFundMe page for the delivery guy was quickly set up and has already raised close to $3,000.
Pizza Palace manager Adam Willoughby said:
This isn’t the first time we have had problems with F&R Auto. I was the manager on that night, and today they came and spoke to me, profusely apologized. We both want to make things right between us. We don’t want any bad blood.
The dealership is yet to respond publicly, however, though they have said that the police are investigating the ongoing harassment against them.
1. The staff at a car dealership who decided to post a video in which they shame a pizza delivery man 9above) are now getting a taste of their own medicine.
2. Workers who have been identified as employees at F & R Auto Sales in Westport, Massachusetts, made a worker from Palace Pizza return and give them back their tip.
3. The Internet quickly responded, flooding their Yelp page with bad reviews and attacking them on social media.
4. ‘So listen: The manager apologized once for you. Do you want him to apologize again for you?’ asked the man in blue in the bottom left.
5. ‘Get the f***ing owner and the manager on the phone, I want that motherf***er done,’ said another employee after the man left.
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