Consumer Requests Refund For Unsatisfactory Service…

…and sanctimonious VirtueSignallers act as if he’d demanded an orphan child’s puppy be set alight to warm his feet:

Mathew Read, who describes himself as a bowling alley general manager, was called out by Twitter users for being insensitive, but he said: ‘If I’m stuck here it’s their duty to look after me. It’s not like what I say can bring them back is it?‘.

His comments sparked outrage on social media, for which he later apologised, with one user saying: ‘Someone died and he’s after free food – what a world we live in.’

Why on earth do none of these idiots ever seem to worry about the effect on the driver of the train? Are they too busy polishing their own halos?

There’s a lot of talk about making things ‘socially unacceptable’ – drink driving, smoking, eating junk food to excess and not caring enough to select FairTrade coffee.

So given that there are plenty of ways to kill yourself quietly and in a manner that doesn’t affect others unduly, why don’t we start by calling these people selfish attention-seekers…?

2 comments for “Consumer Requests Refund For Unsatisfactory Service…

  1. Lord T
    October 3, 2016 at 10:59 am

    It’s less someone died than someone killed themselves in a public setting. Sad for those that remain but overall we are probably better off as a species.

  2. Ted Treen
    October 4, 2016 at 10:15 pm

    Prior to retirement, I worked for 15 years for train operator(s). I have seen at first hand the effects of such occurrences on drivers and it’s not fun. I am aware of drivers who, in their mid-30s, hit a suicide and never drove a train again. They were not being wimps in any way, but when controlling a train with several hundred passengers travelling at high speed, having any sort of psychological trauma affecting the driver is most definitely unwise.

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