An angry woman was caught on video (below) yelling at restaurant employees who put the wrong color peppers in her takeout to "get it right the first time" before walking into a door on the way out.
YouTube user Oneeyednewt uploaded viral video "Angry Hot Kebab Girl Meltdown" Thursday, and it already has more than 345,000 views in just one day.
"I'm really glad you can talk to each other in whatever language it is that you're speaking, but it's really rude," the customer tells the two restaurant workers behind the counter in the video, presumably after she has complained about her order.
"If you want to be polite to the customer then you speak English to the customer in America," says the woman, who apparently takes issue with the employees speaking in another language.
"My kids don't eat green things, they eat red peppers," the woman berates them, screaming and pointing.
An employee tries to placate her, and she yells, "You calm down!"
Green peppers usually go in the dish, the worker explains.
"Usually you make with green pepper," the angry woman says, mocking the employee. "I ordered it with red pepper, what are you gonna do about it?"
The employee says they can remake the dish with red peppers in 15 minutes.
"15 minutes?" she yells, repeatedly slamming her Styrofoam takeout box on the counter. "I don't have 15 minutes for you not to know English, not to get it right the first time. You get it right the first time, the customer is always right."
She continues to berate them, saying "this is America," and accuses them of "being rude, talking about whatever it is you're talking about, in whatever language it is you're speaking."
She begins walking towards the door, repeatedly yelling, "You get it right the first time!" failing to see the glass door. She walks right into it, despite the bright yellow "Caution: watch your step" sign.
The woman shows almost as much entitlement as a couple who missed a flight in September and pounded on the airport window, screaming at the pilot to "go back!" after the flight had finished boarding and was preparing for takeoff, as captured by YouTube user SAM Mahmud via 9 News.