A Burger King worker was stunned when an irate customer complained that her outfit was "too distracting".
In a TikTok video, Lala @rockefeller.o shared the weird exchange with the woman who seemed to think the outfit – black skinny jeans and a Burger King polo – was inappropriate.
The customer also blamed Lala for apparently causing her husband to ogle her, in a bizarre feat of twisted logic.
Lala says: "I had a lady complain today because my work uniform was a 'distraction' to her husband."
"I guess I'll leave my a** at home next time," she quips.
Lala then gives two middle fingers at the camera, to show how dumb she thought the woman's complaint was.
Many viewers took her side and said the miserable customer ought to have been "embarrassed" for blaming her for the husband's "wandering eyes".
Another fan joked: "Girl, if you're going to leave your a** at home while you're at work can I please borrow it for the summer."
Someone else said: "And, that's why Karens will be the fall of America."
"Was she not embarrassed making that complaint?" asked someone else.
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A fourth user commented: "Tell her to be mad at her husband's wandering eyes then."
Replying to one of the comments, Lala joked: "I hope she kept the receipt on him.
"Maybe they'll do a trade-in at the husband store?"
This comes after Burger King said "women belong in the kitchen" in a controversial tweet for International Women's Day.
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"Women belong in the kitchen," the burger brand posted on Twitter.
The company clarified what they meant in a later tweet, adding: "If they want to, of course. Yet only 20% of chefs are women.
"We're on a mission to change the gender ratio in the restaurant industry by empowering female employees with the opportunity to pursue a culinary career."
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