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By yeahno - / Sunday 12 September 2010 16:52 / United States
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By  Ithok1  |  3

Heres a tip. Spiting in the face and Kicking is assault and groping is sexual harassment or even assault depending on how you wanna word it. Call them police and have them tazer his ass. If your boss doesn't like it tell him it creates a hostile work environment and the department of labor may have to be called.

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  demarcusT  |  0

ok, next time he comes, take him to the kitchen alone, then from behind, smash his head with a baseball bat. when hes on the ground, get a sludge hammer and bash all his joints. then pour the oil you cook fries with or whatever all over him, and set him on fire. if hes still not dead sue him

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  Gameguy602  |  0

@54 I think after all that, he would be able to press charges on you for assault, I doubt any lawsuits would go very well for op if she tried to kill the guy.

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  5t3ff1k4h  |  43

Exactly. I had a guy at my old workplace come in and harass several of the employees on a regular basis. He was a regular. Needless to say, he wasn't a regular for long... He was banned from that particular store.

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  Mirorbo  |  26

Oh honestly now...I tell it like it is and I get downvoted. Someone else says the exact same thing with an extra comment to the side and they're left untouched.

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  MetalFish  |  0

I voted it back up :3 To be honest, I think people just scroll down the page voting down everything xD I forget the function exist half the time!!

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  Back_In_Action  |  18

Sorry to knock you down a few pegs, but it's not "telling it like it is" if you're wrong. Yes, she can do something about it. She can report him to her manager and have him banned. If that doesn't work, she can find a new job. It's called being proactive about a situation.

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  CitrusGirl  |  0

If your boss says you have to deal with it, he could get in trouble too. if the customer tried to grope you that's sexual harrasment. if your boss tells you to deal with it that's not right.

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  sens3sfailing  |  24

Actually, not necessarily. If op is, say, a waitress at a restaurant where you can get that kind of stuff, you can expect $60 from the customer per week. If op is a hard worker who pulls her weight, she gonna keep people happy, get new regulars, and save people needing to get paid extra overtime hours to cover her shift while they try to find a new person to fill the spot which would probably cost them more than $60 and might not bring In the same amount of people or keep them happy and hurt business. If OP is a good worker, it's much easier to get rid of a abusive regular who spends $60 a week there who probably degrades everyone's experience and reduces the chances of people returning. In all cases OP is the logically one to side with if they are half way decent at their job. If they sucked, they would probably have gotten fired soon anyway

By  MetalFish  |  0

That sucks. Still you gotta grin and bear it... "The customer is always right" and all that bullshit. "Rights" have destroyed this race, Humans are animals, we don't solve our differences by being kicked around by those beneath us, it isnt natural... back on the day you could've slit his throat and no one would care...

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