By mcfaily - 27/02/2010 20:45 - Canada
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He can "expect" the payment all he likes, but if it was up to me he'd be very disappointed! How can he expect you to pay for something you're not going to get? He's an idiot and you will be too if you pay him. Hope you get it sorted ok, mustbe difficult having a jerk for a boss. FYL
#75 The presence of the words "the night before" at the end of the first sentence implies that the manager sold the tickets to the person the previous night, probably told the OP he'd get them the next day. Next day comes around, no tickets, but he still wants money. At least, that's how I interpret it.
Why would your boss expect YOU to pay? Tell him you don't have to pay for something you didn't get.
Simple, don't pay. If he tries to take you to small claims court then make sure to print the ad, the online receipt, and that e-mail. If you don't have a receipt, then have your bank statements ready. He's not gonna get anything except humiliation. Don't worry, you'll be fine.