A clerk in a GameStop store in the u.s. city of Albuquerque received the degree dummet when he came to call a transgender client for the 'sir', writes among others the Daily Mail and The Sun.
The two had just completed a trade when the erroneous charge got the client to demand his money back.
When another customer asked the transgender to speak nicely, since there was children present in the business, made it only the situation worse. The other customer used also tiltaleformen 'sir'.
- Excuse me, it's 'ma'am',it's 'ma'am'. You need to relax and care for yourself, came the reply, before the clerk asked both of them to get worked down.
It, however, had the opposite effect, since it was the furious transperson to kick it to the store's fixtures and threaten to take the clerk with the outside, to 'show what a sir is'.
the Client then asked to get the number to the store's customer service, so there could be a complaint about the erroneous tiltaleform.
It reached the clerk, however, not to find out, before the customer stormed out of the store in anger. It is, therefore, not whether the case has had some consequences for the employees.
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