By Anonymous - 16/02/2017 04:00 - United States
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I'm pretty sure that, working or not, what that guy did was assault and thus illegal. I suggest looking into it, especially since he could have seriously hurt you or anyone else he got it on.
Battery, actually, which is worse. Assault is essentially the threat or implication of violence where reasonable means to carry it out exists. Battery is any form of unwanted and/or destructive physical contact, by body or by proxy, where consent has been declined or can be reasonably assumed to be. OP, furthermore, not only does the fact that you were on the job have no mitigating effect on the penalties (unless your employer has some kind of bullshit waiver), quite the opposite; most courts have harsher penalties for people who attack and disrupt people where they work. Tl;Dr, that person attacked you physically; you could have their head in court.
I don't understand how someone can get so mad that they pour a hot drink on another person. That's so disrespectful. I hope that your manager did something about it.
I worked at Starbucks and that happened to me I got workers compensation You should really look into that No one should be treated like that I hope that guy was embarrassed Plus how vain of him to think every drink with that name is his
Do the workers call out the order as well as the name? Like "hot chocolate for Michelle" or something or is that not every cafe