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Car dealership busted for harassing pizza delivery man

A screenshot shows Jarrid, a pizza delivery man, talking to employees of a car dealership after making a second trip to return change. The employees continued to poke fun at Jarrid after he left for the second time.
A screenshot shows Jarrid, a pizza delivery man, talking to employees of a car dealership after making a second trip to return change. The employees continued to poke fun at Jarrid after he left for the second time. YouTube

A surveillance camera caught employees at a Massachusetts car dealership mistreating a pizza delivery guy, much to the Internet’s horror.

Since video of the harassment surfaced, a GoFundMe account was set up for Jarrid, the delivery man who was stiffed a tip from the rude workers. The account has so far raised more than $18,000.

Here’s what (apparently) happened:

After delivering the pizza, the employees gave Jarrid two $20 bills and two $5 bills for $43 worth of pizza.

When they didn’t ask for change, Jarrid carried on his way.

Apparently business was slow for the dealership, because one employee decided to then call the manager of the pizza joint and demand his change back.

When Jarrid returned, he respectfully argued with the disgruntled employee.

“It just doesn’t make sense why you would hand me a bill that you would have me drive back to give you anyway,” Jarrid said.

The employee’s reasoning?

“Because I gave you everything they gave me so we would get the correct change.”

The used car dealership seemed to find the video amusing, since they posted it on their own YouTube channel. The video has since been made private.

Since the footage went viral, the dealership’s Facebook page has been inundated with angry comments and encouragement to boycot the dealership.

“You guys are like school in the summer, no class,” a commenter said.

“Worst people of all time,” another posted.

A man who identified himself as the manager of the dealership told Buzzfeed they’ve been “harrassed all day” and that the police are investigating the incident.

Moral of the story: Don’t harass the delivery man unless you want a taste of your own medicine.

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