Pita Pit Worker Filmed Spitting In Woman's Food
You'll often hear people who work in sarnie shops referred to as 'sandwich artists', which is a nice idea, if not a little OTT.
However, one such worker in America definitely lived up to her job title over the weekend, although admittedly her work was a bit more Tracey Emin than Michelangelo. Check it out below.
The clip shows a screaming match erupting in a Montana branch of food chain Pita Pit, which culminates in a customer getting a big fat lump of goz in her pita before the enraged staff member launches it at her from over the counter.
At the beginning of the video, a female voice can be heard saying "I fucking dare you" to the woman preparing her meal, who then spits into the sandwich, mounts the counter and launches it across the room.
"I fucking was nice to you," the customer shouts, "you were a fucking bitch.
"Yeah because it's three o' clock in the fucking morning and I want to go home," the infuriated member of staff responds.
Soon after it was shared the clip went viral, forcing the chain to apologise for the incident.
ShaeLynn MadPlume, who shared the original video, said in a Facebook post: "Just a few customers trying to give them business!!! PITA PIT (downtown Missoula doesn't close until 3am)...we come in at approximately 2:00am trying to order food and this racist woman spit in our food because apparently 'she was having a bad day and didn't wanna be at work!'.......mind you, she argues with us a few seconds before we were actually able to capture this on video!!"
Since her video has been circulated, Pita Pit Missoula has posted on its official Facebook page to apologise.
"We are shocked and saddened by the early morning incident that took place in our restaurant," the post reads. "We have been unable to reach out on Messenger and apologize personally to the guest who posted about it. We would like to publicly do so now."
The statement goes on to detail that the Missoula branch of Pita Pit is a family run establishment and that the actions of the sandwich hockling employee do not reflect the overall attitude of the business.
It is also made clear that the woman in the video no longer works there.
It ends: "If my husband and I could take back what happened, we would. That is not possible.
"In this moment of shock and heaviness, we want to offer you, your friends, and the Missoula community our sincerest apology."
Featured Image Credit: Credit: ShaeLynn MadPlume/Facebook