I'm on mobile so I apologize in advance if formatting is off.
So anyway, I clean the theaters every morning before managers get to the theater to finish opening, and when I'm done cleaning I drink my morning coffee wherever I decide to hide.
Well today I was hiding in the candy room and I heard the door being pulled repeatedly, and then I heard knocking so I decided to peer out and check,
just in case one of the managers forgot their key or something. Nope a customer.
I guess they saw me and started knocking on the door harder, but I can't answer it - there's no money in the drawers,
no projectors are turned on & if I open the doors to tell them when we open it's always a confrontation ( " Why can't I just buy a ticket??
" ), etc so I let it go and decided to just deal with the obnoxious knocking.
When my manager got here this woman was pissed that I didn't open the door for her and told the manager I'm rude , after all that bullshit she proceeded to buy a ticket for a movie TONIGHT.
What just really gets me is when customers try to pull open a locked door, over and over again, stand around waiting outside, and try to open the door again 5 minutes later.
Like I don't understand how hard it is to understand that the door won't magically open if you pull it again. There's so much I can vent about with this topic. lol