Waiting in a queue is always boring.
Forrest Hunter from Lawrenceburg, Kentucky, has proved just how frustrating it can be for a person to be stuck at a line (or no line at all) while waiting to be served. On his Facebook page, he shared his story and titled it: “When you get sick of waiting on somebody at Walmart.”
He’s also shared an amazing illustration that’s gone viral instantly on social media. The video shows Hunter standing alone in the store’s sporting goods section.
He can be seen leaning against the counter, he’s holding a receiver in his left hand and speaking into the team member intercom.
Evidently, a short clip shows. Here’s the alert Hunter broadcast over the store-wide PA system: “Customer needs assistance in sporting goods, please. I’m the customer.”
Hunter told local CBS news affiliate WKYT that staff was embarrassed and store associates came immediately to help without delay.
Hunter also said that he didn’t get punished for using the intercom. Of course, this awkward incident will be used as part of Walmart employee training for the coming a time
Hunter’s strategy worked, and his Facebook page proves it which features a recent post sharing coverage of the incident in a British newspaper called The Daily Mail.
“That ‘UK’ isn’t University of Kentucky,” Hunter wryly explains, referring to the URL, “that’s ‘United Kingdom’ baby, lol.”