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Angry customer bought and threw 30 packets of economy beehoon at hawker stall




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What do you do when someone cuts into your queue and the hawker serves the person who did so first? Buy lots of packets of the food and throw it at the floor of the food stall. That’s exactly what an angry customer did at a hawker centre today.
Lianhe Wanbao reported that a man got so furious that the hawker assistant at an economy beehoon stall served someone else who joined the queue later first, that he threw a hissy-fit. According to a witness who spoke to the paper, he asked the stall assistant at Block 17 Boon Keng Road Hawker Centre if he served others ahead of him because he was tattooed and looked like he had no money.
He then bought 30 packets of economy noodles and threw the packets on the floor in anger at the stall.


Posted by Lianhe Wanbao 联合晚报 on Thursday, 10 March 2016

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