Man gets his queue cut, buys 30 packets of beehoon and
throws them on the ground
What’s the craziest thing you’ve ever done to someone who cut your queue?
In a hilarious turn of events, a disgruntled dude threw all sense out the window and raged against one of the stalls at the Upper Boon Keng Market & Food Centre today.
Someone had the nerve to cut in line of this tattooed man, according to Lianhe Wanbao (perhaps the article’s mention of his body ink was to reiterate his intimidating appearance?).
In response, he went on a beehoon killing spree. The furious alleged victim bought 30 packets of economical noodles and did the only logical thing to do in that situation — he flung them all on the floor in front of the stall.
A witness reportedly said the stall attendant had served someone behind him first, and so he angrily demanded an explanation as to whether that was because he looked poor.
Sometimes you just get caught up in the heat of the moment.
Friday, Mar 11, 2016
A customer who claimed a beehoon stall assistant snubbed him was so irked that he ordered 30 packets of beehoon and violently threw them at the stall.
According to Lianhe Wanbao, the 29-year-old man accused the female stall assistant at a beehoon stall at Block 17 Boon Keng Road of serving another customer who ordered after him. Angered, he pointed at the stall assistant and asked why she had served the other customer first. He also asked if it was because he looked like he had “no money”.
When he was given his order, he smashed it on the floor and shouted, “One more packet!” As the man appeared worked up, the stall holders did not fight back and gave him one more packet of beehoon. Just when they thought he would be appeased, the man took the second packet and threw it to the ground once more, repeating his order for one more packet.
After more than 10 minutes and 30 packets of beehoon, a worried bystander decided to call the police to prevent the incident from escalating any further.
An eye-witness told the Chinese daily that the man threw one packet of beehoon on an elderly man’s foot, but instead of apologising, glared at him and asked, “What do you want?”
The 60-year-old owner of the beehoon stall told Lianhe Wanbao that he had never seen the man in his 40 years of doing business in the area.
The angry customer only seemed to calm down when police arrived. Bystanders told Lianhe Wanbao that he reeked of alcohol and was eventually persuaded by the officers to leave.