Car Dealership plays mean prank on pizza delivery guy – Internet attacks back

// January 15th, 2015 // Boring stuff

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Palace Pizza delivery man returns change to F&R Auto Sales of Westport, Massachusetts

After video of their prank on a local pizza delivery man (or are these guys just jerks) appeared online, employees of F&R Auto Sales of Westport, Massachusetts are getting the crap smacked out of them on the Internet. After a deluge of phone calls, email, and contacts through social networks, the company eventually stopped responding altogether. Then their ColdFusion-based website (http://www.fandrautosales.com/) went down. Soon thereafter, their Facebook page disappeared. To top it off, thousands of “reviews” on Yelp, BBB, Google, and other rating and review sites have been submitted branding the company with unbelievably horrible – and humorous – reviews (“I bought a car from these guys and found a dead body in the trunk.”).

Hey – let’s overpay the pizza guy and then tell his boss he stole our change

According to Boston.com, the saga began when F&R Auto Sales employees filmed an encounter with Palace Pizza driver, Jarrid Tansey, and posted it on YouTube. The total bill for the pizza and drinks was just over $42 for which the mathematically-challenged F&R Auto employees paid for with two twenty-dollar-bills and two five-dollar-bills, a total of $50 or $7 over the price of the meal. Given the extra $5 bill, the employee naturally assumed the overage was a typical 15% tip (Tansey told reporters that he even asked for confirmation before leaving the premises).

However, the dealership then called the pizza place back and complained that Tansey had “stolen” their change, forcing the man to drive back to the dealership to return the $7-and-change tip. Upon arriving back at the dealership, the driver calmly tries to point out there’s no logical reason for the extra bills that they gave him:

“It just doesn’t make sense why you’d hand me a bill that you were just gonna have me drive back here to give you back anyway. I’m not mad, I just had to waste my resources coming back here.”

While employees in the room mock him with mouth-farts, the Ben Franklin-looking guy at the desk quips back:

“So listen – the manager apologized once for you. Do you want him to apologize again for you?”

Finally, Tansey walks towards the door.

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“It’s OK, you got your $7, so the world is right now.”

After the incident, F&R Auto Sales reviews plumetted on several review websitesAfter the delivery man leaves, the woman in green (the one all the men in the room are hiding behind) follows a good distance behind and says:

“Out the door before I put my foot in your ass!”

Toward the end of the video, you can hear the giggly black guy sitting in the back (the one that tries to crawl under his desk during the altercation but suddenly becomes bright-eyed and vocal after the delivery man leaves the premises) urge his coworker to call the restaurant back (according to the restaurant, the dealership did indeed call back to complain):

“Get the f—ing owner and the manager on the phone, I want that mother-f—er done. I want him fired.”

The video, originally titled “Irate Pizza Driver” was posted on YouTube but has since been removed.

The Palace Pizza restaurant says they were first called by the dealership saying Tansey had “verbally berated” them. The pizza restaurant manager admitted that F&R Auto has been known for stunts like this in the past.

“This isn’t the first time we have had problems with F&R Auto.”

Apparently controversy with F&R Auto is nothing new. According to Raw Story, a Yelp reviewer lambasted the company in May 2013 with the following:

“Don’t EVER come here. They’re a bunch of crooks and will do anything to keep your money and not give it back! These jerks don’t know what they’re doing. BEWARE!”

While another was quoted as saying:

“If I could rate it a minus-100 stars I would. LIES, UNPROFESSIONAL, RUDE, CONDESCENDING. Those are just the nicest of the words I can list for these individuals.”

For all practical purposes, with their website and Facebook pages down, F&R Auto Sales has been effectively removed from the Internet (except for a “joke” Google+ page created in their honor). Messages left through the site’s Google Connect link, Facebook account, listed email, and on Twitter were not immediately returned.

Finally.  For once, the good guys won.

Screenshots from the video

Here are a few screenshots from the encounter.

 

Funny Yelp reviews following the incident

And here are some examples of the hilarious reviews that appeared online.

Yelp – Mike O.

“Went to F&R Auto Sales and was immediately assaulted physically. After I tended to my wounds I tried to give them cash for the car I wanted. The ugly guy assumed it was his tip and took all my money! Then a woman literally shoved her foot in me. Then they told me they couldn’t sell me a car on the basis of my race, color, national origin, religion, disability, sexual orientation, and veteran status.

I’m on the sidewalk outside, crying. They are all standing in the window pointing, laughing, and high fiving. They know I can see them and they don’t even care. Would only return for a really good deal.”

Yelp – Danny B.

“After seeing a Video of how these unprofessional so called employees act towards a pizza delivery man, i will never come here or even think about going to this place For many reasons 1.) I sure don’t want someones foot up my ass. 2.) I don’t want my boss to receive a call that some people want me fired from my job.”

Yelp – Jordan C.

“Horrible service. Went in to buy my son a car around the holidays. Went inside, the place looked like it was falling apart. I waited about 10-15 minutes before anyone came to help me. They didn’t even have free popcorn. The woman who helped me had yellow stains on her teeth and a small stain on her shirt that looked like pizza sauce. I told her what type of car I wanted for my son. She sighed and showed me a newer car that was to my liking. I quickly paid in full and I drove the new car off home while my wife drove my car.

It wasn’t until a half hour after being home that I got a call saying that I owed them $7. How is that possible? I paid in the full.”

Sources: Boston.com, Yelp, Raw Story, Jezebel
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