Burger King employee calls out customer she says complained that her uniform was distracting

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A TikToker and Burger King worker has called out a customer after she claims a complaint was made about her uniform.

Social media user @rockefeller.o, who also goes by the name Lala, retold the experience to her now 625,000 followers, explaining how a customer deemed her uniform "too distracting" to their husband.

According to Lala, the employee was attempting to serve the couple when the woman came out with the unfounded accusation.  Lala then let the TikTok community be the judge, as she shared a video of her donning the Burger King uniform in question.

She used a text-to-speech voiceover to describe the awkward event and presented the "distracting" uniform to the camera. The outfit followed the chain's guidelines and featured a collared polo shirt, branded company cap, black jeans, and a face mask.

Check out the video below - what do you think?

Lala said: "I had a lady complain today because my uniform was a 'distraction' to her husband..."

She gave a 360-degree view of the outfit that caused the customer's outburst, showing that she looked perfectly appropriate for her shift.

She also wrote across the screen: "I guess I'll leave my a** at home next time?"

It was clear that she was exasperated by the allegation as she displayed both of her middle fingers to the camera and captioned the TikTok: “Girl f*** you.”

In the comments of the viral post, which has racked up a whopping 5.7 million likes and an even more staggering 28.1 million views, there was an avalanche of support for Lala, reiterating that she was not to blame.

"There's nothing wrong with your uniform," one comment read, with another user echoing the same sentiment, "It's not your fault that you look beautiful."

Others pointed out that the cause of any awkwardness lies with the husband for having a "wandering eye" and objectifying Lala whilst she was trying to work.

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"Distract him from what?? Ordering at Burger King??" one viewer commented, to which, Lala gave a little more intel on how the events allegedly unfolded, she wrote: "Apparently she was trying to tell him something and he wasn't paying attention so she got upset."

In follow-up videos, she poked fun at the situation, posting a clip of her reacting to the phrase "Don't forget to leave your a$$ at home today!"

For the doubters, she illustrated that she was in no way at fault for the awkward encounter by wearing a new uniform in a larger size, proving that the issue wasn't what she wore but how others choose to sexualize her, sadly.

She began the TikTok by writing: "This one is for the body shamers [clown emoji]..."

"I bought new (Dickies style) work pants. They're loose fit & I got them 2 sizes bigger," she wrote across the video as she posed once again in her Burger King clothes.

She finished the response video on a poignant note, writing: "As y'all can see, regardless of what I wear my thang will always be thangin' [sic]."

Speaking of uniforms, Hooters found themselves in hot water last year after employees quickly complained about their new "tiny" shorts.
Featured image credit: Krzysztof Pazdalski / Alamy

Burger King employee calls out customer she says complained that her uniform was distracting

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By VT

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A TikToker and Burger King worker has called out a customer after she claims a complaint was made about her uniform.

Social media user @rockefeller.o, who also goes by the name Lala, retold the experience to her now 625,000 followers, explaining how a customer deemed her uniform "too distracting" to their husband.

According to Lala, the employee was attempting to serve the couple when the woman came out with the unfounded accusation.  Lala then let the TikTok community be the judge, as she shared a video of her donning the Burger King uniform in question.

She used a text-to-speech voiceover to describe the awkward event and presented the "distracting" uniform to the camera. The outfit followed the chain's guidelines and featured a collared polo shirt, branded company cap, black jeans, and a face mask.

Check out the video below - what do you think?

Lala said: "I had a lady complain today because my uniform was a 'distraction' to her husband..."

She gave a 360-degree view of the outfit that caused the customer's outburst, showing that she looked perfectly appropriate for her shift.

She also wrote across the screen: "I guess I'll leave my a** at home next time?"

It was clear that she was exasperated by the allegation as she displayed both of her middle fingers to the camera and captioned the TikTok: “Girl f*** you.”

In the comments of the viral post, which has racked up a whopping 5.7 million likes and an even more staggering 28.1 million views, there was an avalanche of support for Lala, reiterating that she was not to blame.

"There's nothing wrong with your uniform," one comment read, with another user echoing the same sentiment, "It's not your fault that you look beautiful."

Others pointed out that the cause of any awkwardness lies with the husband for having a "wandering eye" and objectifying Lala whilst she was trying to work.

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Credit: TikTok

"Distract him from what?? Ordering at Burger King??" one viewer commented, to which, Lala gave a little more intel on how the events allegedly unfolded, she wrote: "Apparently she was trying to tell him something and he wasn't paying attention so she got upset."

In follow-up videos, she poked fun at the situation, posting a clip of her reacting to the phrase "Don't forget to leave your a$$ at home today!"

For the doubters, she illustrated that she was in no way at fault for the awkward encounter by wearing a new uniform in a larger size, proving that the issue wasn't what she wore but how others choose to sexualize her, sadly.

She began the TikTok by writing: "This one is for the body shamers [clown emoji]..."

"I bought new (Dickies style) work pants. They're loose fit & I got them 2 sizes bigger," she wrote across the video as she posed once again in her Burger King clothes.

She finished the response video on a poignant note, writing: "As y'all can see, regardless of what I wear my thang will always be thangin' [sic]."

Speaking of uniforms, Hooters found themselves in hot water last year after employees quickly complained about their new "tiny" shorts.
Featured image credit: Krzysztof Pazdalski / Alamy