Del Taco: Employee Fired After Video Surfaces Appearing to Show His Rude Behavior to Customers
Del Taco: Employee Fired After Video Surfaces Appearing to Show His Rude Behavior to Customers "I am the boss. My dad's actually the f------ owner so good luck with that," the man says after the customers said they would send the video to his boss. The chain said on Facebook they fired him. A manager at a Del Taco restaurant at 91st Avenue and Peoria has been fired after a profanity-laced exchange he had with a couple at a drive-thru went viral. The couple apparently returned to the drive-thru after not getting sauce packets and the manager was belligerent, so the woman in the vehicle started recording the interaction on her cellphone. The video was posted to Youtube. Customers who saw the video were outraged. "I've never seen anything like that before," Del Taco customer Jeremy Johnson said. "I work fast food, I've never cussed or yelled at a customer like that." "I'm outraged that anyone would treat another human being so poorly, it's not right," Jenny Erickson said. In the two-minute and 55-second clip titled, "Confrontation between Del Taco drive thru and customers who didn’t get their sauce" the conflict between the customers and the manager can be seen clearly. WARNING: The language in the video below is explicit and not suitable for all viewers.