If you spend a few minutes on Reddit every day there's a good chance you'll land on a subreddit that will spin you down a rabbit hole that'll make you wonder how you got there.

That's what happened over the weekend when I ended up on the Public Freakout subreddit which features videos of people losing their chill in public on video.

When I saw the headline for this particular Public Freakout I was immediately intrigued.

Reddit:

Manager at a McDonalds in Madison, WI who took the recorder's order and then when they pulled up he told them they were closed. Manager proceeds to freak out.

Before you watch the video, please understand it is very NSFW.

Manager at a McDonalds in Madison, WI who took the recorders order and then when they pulled up he told them they were closed. Manager proceeds to freak out. from r/PublicFreakout

OK, so after you watch, let's unpack this thing. Is that employee really a manager? What did the customers recording do to get this particular McDonald's manager upset? Order after McDonald's closed? Probably. What did they say to him or another McDonald's employee? That's what I want to know.

These kinds of reactions aren't usually unprovoked, right?

A little context before the video or in the actual post on Reddit would really go a long way to explaining what occurred before the person in the car hit the record button.

What do you think? If you've worked fast food, McDonald's or anywhere else, is it safe to say this isn't the first time a customer may have provoked an employee to publicly freakout?

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