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Crazy Cheers customer abuses cashier and leaves store with her iPhone

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Youtube user William Soh shared the footage of an angry customer at a convenience store in Yishun. The customer allegedly got angry with a Cheers cashier when she told him that she ran out of spoons for a packet of yogurt the customer bought.
William said that the aggressor is in his 30s or 40s, and that he came into the convenience store at 6.33am on 23 June (Thursday). “He bought Yakult and Meji yogurt (and) asked the cashier for a spoon,” said William.
When the cashier told him that they are out of spoon, the man got angry and started threatening the cashier.
When the cashier asked him in a polite manner “is that a threat sir? “, he further flared up and started hurling vulgarities at her. He even wanted to throw the packet of Yakult at the cashier.
The cashier got alarmed at the aggression and told him that she was going to call the police. After a brief exchange, the customer snatched the cashier’s iPhone 6s Plus Gold and threw it on the floor. Then he picked up the phone and smashed it against the cashier’s shelf. Soon after, he rushed out of the store with the cashier’s phone.
The iPhone was a birthday gift from the cashier’s father to her, and she is looking for more information on the customer.
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