ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico, January 2, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) – Cell phone footage of a confrontation at a New Mexico GameStop location has gone viral after revealing a customer shouting obscenities and threats at a salesperson for referring to him as “sir” instead of “ma’am.”
The video begins with a customer facing the video game store’s checkout counter with his back to the camera, demanding “my f***ing money back” instead of store credit for a purchase. Presumably going off of his masculine build and voice, a female customer offscreen interjects, “Excuse me, sir, there’s a young man in here, you need to watch your mouth.”
The man turns to her, revealing his equally-masculine face while angrily chiding her that “it’s ma’am! It is ma’am!” She responds by threatening to call the police and asking him to settle down, to which he tells her to “settle down and mind your business.”
The employee then says something unintelligible on camera but containing the word “sir,” to which the customer objects. The employee responds to explain that he was referring to multiple people, apparently including other people in line.
“No, you said sir! Once again it’s ma’am!” the customer objects. “Right beforehand you f***ing said
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