In an unexpected turn of events, a customer took to Facebook to share their recent experience at a local establishment, shedding light on a pricing discrepancy for a particular item.
Last time charged him $9, now charged him $7.50 for same item
According to the Facebook post, Kai Sheng Si revisited the establishment to purchase the exact same item they had bought previously. The revelation that caught their attention was the difference in price – $9 on the previous occasion and $7.50 on the current visit. The post expressed frustration over the $1.50 variance in the item’s cost.
Seeking clarification, the customer summoned the person in charge and confirmed that the current price was indeed $7.50. This led to further inquiry, questioning why the same item had cost $9 during the previous purchase.
Was overcharged by manager
The situation escalated when the customer requested the in-charge to have the manager contact them for an explanation. Surprisingly, the in-charge revealed that the person who had processed the $9 transaction was, in fact, the manager.
Expressing disbelief, the customer pressed for the manager’s superior to contact them directly, emphasizing the impossibility of the manager knowing the weight of the chicken three days prior to justify the $9 charge.
The post concluded with a remark about the manager’s profession, suggesting that if they worked as a judge, the outcome might have been more severe. The customer speculated that in such a scenario, even short sentences could result in life sentences.
What the netizen said (SIC)
So today I went back to buy the exact same thing I bought the last time. Knn what difference with the chicken?
That time 9 dollar. Today 7.50. 1.50 different with the price. I ask the incharge to come and she confirm that 7.50 is the price. Then I ask why that time 9 dollar.
Long story cut short. I ask her to ask the manager to call me. She said the one that sold 9 dollar to me is the manager, I then reply her to ask her boss to call me to give me a answer how the hell the manager will know the weight of the chicken 3 days ago that decided to charge 9 dollar.
Luckily he works as a casher, if he work as a judge. Die. Those short sentences all get life sentences. Lol
Source: Kai Sheng Si on Facebook