Man roasted for buying R15 snack burger to "share" with his bae

Man roasted for buying R15 snack burger to "share" with his bae

- A man has shared a story about how KFC staff members shamed him after he bought a cheap snack

- He went on to add that he felt no pressure to prove that he could afford something else

- Mzansi social media users shared similar stories

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A man has shared a sad story about being judged. He said that he went to KFC with his girlfriend to buy a small snack burger because he felt peckish. When he ordered the snack, he overheard the take-away staff members mocking him for buying such a small meal to share with his partner.

"I needed not to prove to them that I could buy the whole KFC bucket if I wanted to."

He said that the experience made him realise that a lot of people fall into debt because of being pressured by the expectations of others.

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Mzansi social media users were in agreement. Mpho_Vuitton said:

"Similar story but the snack burger was for my brother. When the lady taking the order giggled at my order, I felt some typa way and ended buying a family treat meal just cause I wanted to prove a point... that time I spent my last 200bux."

While Tshepo76527134 said:

"KFC staff is very arrogant. Always angry and lack respect."

Skdneyy said:

"It makes me happy to know that not everyone falls into the hands of being talked down upon."

READ ALSO: Cambridge professor: "Eskom should be cash cow, not hungry dog" previously reported that South Africans were torn between being angry and being amused after a police pilot landed a chopper at a KFC to allegedly buy himself lunch in Queenstown, Eastern Cape.

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