Heated Exchange Between Customer and Waiter Sparks Social Media Debate

Heated Exchange Between Customer and Waiter Sparks Social Media Debate

- A back and forth argument between a local customer and waiter has social media abuzz, this after the woman refused to stop eating food bought elsewhere

- Its widely accepted norm that only food bought in a particular restaurant should be eaten in these establishments, but the young woman passionately disagreed

- Mzansi social media users had mixed reactions and many felt the restaurant staff should have been more understanding

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A heated exchange between a rowdy customer and one waiter who wouldn't back down has sparked a social media debate, with Mzansi left asking who's right and who's wrong?

Heated Exchange Between Customer and Waiter Sparks Social Media Debate
A viral restaurant argument has sparked some conversation. Images: Getty
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The viral clip

The saucy video was shared online by Twitter user @kulanicool. In the short clip, a waiter approaches the customer who's eating a meal not purchased at the establishment.

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Naturally, that's a no-no and the Mcdonald's employee demands she stops eating the food.

The backlash from social media

While some social media users agree with the disruptive woman, others felt the whole exchange was entirely unnecessary.

Check out some of the comments below:

@umalambane_zn said:

"If I go in with a friend during my lunch from work, they buy a burger and I take out my skhaftin now I can't eat my skhaftin cos it's not from Macd??"

@ndi_shony said:

"Sometimes you have to bend the rules Kulani. So for me I’m gonna blame the McDonald’s employee. She is right according to the disclaimer but in this case she could have bent the rules because her client bought food inside McDonald’s"

@Dman_zn hilariously commented:

"That Chicken Licken lady is wrong, even I wasn't allowed to eat my gwinya in the taxi, lapho it was still warm cabanga."

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@ZinhleM34360672 said:

"No !!! That’s not how it works @ your house you are more than welcome to eat anything In peace. But when you are at KFC you eat KFC when you are at McDonald’s you eat McDonald’s."

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More on those who faced backlash from social media

Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported that the City of Johannesburg is hoping to raise awareness about road safety while at the same time throwing a little jab at Mr Smeg for his irresponsible driving.

The City took to its official Twitter account, sharing an incredible snap of Mr Smeg in his luxury vehicle, clocking speeds of around 120km/hr all while holding a kettle in his hand.

The backlash from the City of Joburg

Naturally, the recklessness of the situation elicited a response from government officials who used the shocking image as a teaching moment.

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"For 10 marks, what's wrong with this photo? #JoburgRoadSafety #SaferJoburg ^GZ," wrote the city.

Social media reactions

While some social media users took to their replies with a sense of humour, others took to the golden opportunity to criticise the city for its own wrong-doings.

Check out some of the comments below:

@kulanicool wrote:

"The car is being towed"

@dlomolj said:

"Mr Smeg you are driving while the other hand is carrying a kettle"

@tebzanewtral took the opportunity to air a grievance:

"Well I had no electricity in my complex from last Wednesday till yesterday, I wonder what would I be doing with a kettle"

@Yamkela__N had a cheeky question:

"For Just 5Marks When Will You @CityofJoburgZA Fix The Problem Of Abandoned Buildings In The CBD ?"

@ClammyHarambe humorously wrote:

"The kettle is not wearing a seatbelt..."

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