Three Subway Employees Had To Deal With A TOTALLY Disrespectful Order, And The Way They Handled It Is….
A Subway employee is sparking a massive online debate after sharing a customer’s alleged $460 sandwich order.
The complaint, which was shared in a now-viral video on TikTok, shared by user @gojij24, has thousands of commenters arguing over who is in the wrong when a fast-food chain turns down an elaborate order request.
Folks on TikTok launched a lengthy debate about whether or not fast-food employees should honor every employee request. Or is there a limit? When does an elaborate order become too much for a fast-food minimum wage employee to handle while on the job?
According to @gojij24, this particular order was so difficult that their store had to cancel it. The TikToker claimed in their clip that a customer placed the order at 2:30 a.m. in the morning. The price totaled $462, and the receipt was allegedly longer than the register counter.
Well, this isn't the first-time Subway employees have turned to TikTok to expose customers’ disturbing orders. In the past, workers have shared how customers want their sandwich “drowned” or “oozing” with fat-filled sauces, while another video depicted how a customer wanted their sandwich toasted until it was burnt to a crisp in the toaster oven.
“Got this order at 2:30 in the morning. what would YOU do,” @gojij24 captioned their video.
The video seems to imply that the alleged order took place at a Subway in Tempe, Ariz. According to the video, it featured 50 different sandwiches.
In the background of the clip, a woman can be heard saying that they’ll have to cancel the order. That decision sparked a massive debate in the video’s comments section.
Some TikTok users believed it was the employees’ responsibility to make the 50 sandwiches, no matter what time it was.
“Do your job,” one person wrote.
“If y’all are open for business, there’s no reason not to make the order,” another person added.
Although many people believed the employees should have completed the $462 order, others sided with the workers, understanding that it was beyond the scope of what they were able to do.
“That’s catering and needs a 24-hour notice,” one user argued.
“This order is so disrespectful. I’m glad y’all canceled it,” another wrote.
Another person ridiculed the person who told the worker to “‘Just do your job,’ says the clowns who have probably never worked at a fast-food chain.”
Watch the viral TikTok video here: TikTok/Video