[WATCH] Crazy Dunkin’ Donuts customer berates store employees for failing to give her receipt

Dunkin DonutsDunkin’ Donuts employees across the country aren’t very likely to forget to give customers their receipts after watching this video.

Taylor Chapman, a frequent customer at a Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Dunkin’ Donuts, posted a video on her Facebook page blasting an employee at the store for not giving her a receipt with her order in a timely manner. Dunkin’ Donuts corporate policy is that if you do not receive a receipt, your order will be free.

While the employee told Chapman she could return the next day to speak with a manager, the 27-year-old video spokeswoman instead decided to take out her anger over the receipt gaffe on the store’s other employees and customers who stopped by in the hopes of getting their morning coffee fix via video.

“A guarantee is a guarantee,” Chapman said in her video. “I have already called my lawyer, and he is already on it.”

In the NSFW video, Chapman bullies 18-year-old employee Abid Adar into giving her a slew of free items that she claims to have paid for the night before – all the while bragging about how excited she is to slam the store online.

“I can’t wait to post this on Facebook,” she said, adding that she hopes the video “gets a million f**king hits” on YouTube as well. 

Adar, who maintained a completely polite and professional demeanor during the incident, started to put together her order as she made atrocious comments about the quality of food served at the donut chain.

“Even if they hock a loogie and s**t in it I don’t even care. ‘Cause one time they p**sed in my fries…literally I could smell the p**s in it,” Chapman stated.

Things got really heated when Chapman spotted the poor employee from the night before, whom she confronts and calls “a complete c**t and n****r whore” before lashing into a racist rant against the employee.

“You think ya’ll are tough, big fat Arabs bombing the Trade Center? I’ll show you tough,” Chapman said.

Watch Chapman’s NSFW Dunkin’ Donuts rant below.

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  1. MeMikeT says:

    Wow! I don’t think I have been to a Dunkin Donuts is years. After seeing how they put up with the ‘lady’…..I’m gonna check them out. Dunkin Donuts should make a commercial showing how professional they are. Bleep out all the #$%@#$ stuff.

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