A Starbucks barista who was fired for sharing a 'crazy' order he received has met up with the customer responsible.
Josie Morales was appalled when a man known as Edward came in and asked for a caramel crunch frap - with ALL the trimmings.
His order included five bananas, whipped cream, caramel drizzle and seven pumps of dark caramel sauce. And that was only half of it.
The full order was made up of 13 ingredients, which relay irked poor Josie who was tasked with putting it all together.
So miffed with the customer's request was Josie that he shared a snap of it to Twitter.
Posting the photo, he said: "On today's episode of why I wanna quit my job."
Well, it would seem that he got his wish, as he has since been fired for breaching Starbucks' social media policy.
Speaking to Inside Edition, Josie said he didn't see any problem with what he did and he wouldn't go back and change it.
He told the programme: "No, because I feel like it brought some light on, you know, how crazy orders can be."
And when asked whether he felt like a bit of an idiot asking for such a intricate order, Edward, that's his real name, said: "I don't consider myself a jerk, especially if you tip well.
"So, you know, a $5 tip, I feel like that's probably almost 30 percent."
He also told the New York Post that he had no regrets over his order.
Edward said: "I don't see a reason why I wouldn't order a drink like this again.
"I just ordered another drink just like it yesterday."
Thankfully, the two were able to laugh it off when they were reunited outside the coffee shop.
But if you're interested, here's the full order for 'The Edward':
Vt Crml Crnch Frap
Ex Caramel Drizzle
Ex Cinn Dol Top
7 pumps Add Dk Crml Sauce
Ex Caramel Crunch
1 pump Honey Blend
Ex Sltd Bm Btr
5 pumps Frap Rst Cof
7 Add Frapp Chips
Yike. I think I need to see the dentist just looking at that.
When it was shared on social media, thousands of people piled into the comments, with many seeing where Josie was coming from.
One user said: "I don't even know what half of that stuff is, I worked there like 10 years ago when there wasn't as many options lol."
Featured Image Credit: Inside Edition
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