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‘This is America and You Get It Right the First Time!': Video Catches Woman’s Apparent Tantrum Over Kebabs

A woman apparently caught on video upbraiding employees of a kebab shop for putting green peppers in her order instead of red, made it a point that in America, you get it right the first time before she fumbled the door.

The video, posted to YouTube on Thursday, doesn’t specify when or where the incident happened.

“You know what, like, I’m really glad you two can talk to each other in whatever language it is that you’re speaking, but it’s really rude, and if you want to be polite to the customer,” she says, then abruptly interrupts the workers response to her with, “Hey! If you want to be polite to the customer, then you speak English to the customer in America.”

She then emphatically tells them her kids don’t eat anything green colored and gets angry they put green peppers instead of red in her order.

“The customer is always right,” she says, banging her hand on the counter. “This is America, and you get it right the first time.”

After making her point, her attempt at a triumphant exit doesn’t quite go as planned.

Watch the video, posted by YouTube user oneeyednewt, here:

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