This is a prime example of "do onto others" and "instant karma" all in one right here in Indiana.

Rude people are everywhere, let's be honest. You tend to find more of them in bigger cities because everything is more fast-paced, people are in a hurry and tend to only look out for themselves. However, even in smaller towns, you will still run into a few rude people. This is especially true when you work in an industry where you have one one-on-one interactions with customers. Anyone who works in retail, food, or any other type of business that has to deal with customers on a daily basis can attest to how difficult rude people can be. They say that the customer is always right, but let's be honest, is that really true?


Instant Karma: Indiana Car Wash Worker Pressure-Washed Rude Customer's Face

Recently, an 18-year-old employee of a car wash called Prime Car Wash in Indianapolis had an interaction with a customer who was absolutely out of line. According to Fox News, a woman had just pulled her car into the car wash tunnel to get it washed. The female employee was pressure-washing the driver's side doors when the lady in the vehicle rolled down her window and threw a cup of lemonade at the employee.

There's no word why the woman in the car decided to rudely threw the lemonade at the employee, but what happened next (judging by the footage and in my opinion) was well deserved. While the window was still down, she took the pressure-washer and blasted the woman in the face. When you play dumb games, you win dumb prizes.

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The whole thing only lasted a few seconds before the lady rolled her window up, and the employee went back to washing her car.  But a security camera got it all on video, which you can see below.

Fox News says that the car wash sided with their employee on the matter to "ensure her workplace safety."  As a result, the woman and her boyfriend in the vehicle are now banned from coming back.

So what do you think, did the driver get what she deserved, or should the matter have been handled differently? What would you have done if you were the employee?

(H/T: Fox News)

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