Imagine this: you're out of town, and your air conditioner breaks down. Your spouse calls an emergency technician in the middle of the night. The technician arrives, fixes the problem, but then starts making inappropriate comments and flirting with your spouse. How would you react? 😡 One husband decided to take matters into his own hands and left a scathing review for the repairman. But was he justified? Let's dive into the story! 😏
The Broken Air Conditioner
The Flirty Repairman Arrives
Wife Tries to Deflect
"I Can Spend the Night"
The Unwanted Guest Finally Leaves
Request to Remove Review
The Owner's Argument
To Review or Not to Review? 🤔
So, the husband is torn between the fact that the repairman did fix the air conditioner as requested, but also made his wife feel extremely uncomfortable with his flirtatious behavior. The owner of the company apologized and asked for the review to be removed, claiming it was a misunderstanding. However, the husband believes that future customers should be aware of this incident. What do you think? Was the husband right to leave the review, or should he have let it slide? Let's see what the internet has to say about this situation... 😈
Update the review to include sexual harassment and drunk driving 😲
NTA. Leave a bad review to warn others of their behavior 😲
NTA. Repairman's behavior was harassment, not flirting. Owner's response unacceptable. 😠
NTA. Wife sexually harassed by AC repairman. Bad review deserved. 😲
Customer rightfully leaves bad review after repairman's inappropriate behavior. NTA.
Repairman's inappropriate behavior leaves wife feeling threatened and husband furious 😡
Commenter suggests reporting DUI admission to owner and police 🚨
NTA customer calls out repairman's inappropriate behavior in review 👏
Company loses $100k/year business due to employee's inappropriate behavior 😱
Woman feels uncomfortable with repairman's advances, husband leaves bad review.
Repairman drinks on job, husband leaves bad review. NTA.
Supportive comment receives humorous reply to change review to ALL CAPS
Commenter defends bad review of flirting repairman, sparks debate. 😲
Reviewer exposes unprofessionalism of repairman and company owner 😈
Commenter suggests adding to review due to potential safety concerns 😲
Comment defends OP, sparks debate on who's the real AH 🤔
A vivid analogy, but justified bad review or not?
Creepy repairman gets what he deserves with bad review 😒
NTA strikes back with a powerful quote 💪
Honest review warns potential customers of creepy repairman 😱
Taking it to the Better Business Bureau is justified 👍
Reviewer considers exposing flirty repairman in bad review. 🤔
Husband defends wife's safety after repairman flirts 😍
Repairman's inappropriate behavior justified bad review. NTA 👍
Customer demands accountability for repairman's inappropriate behavior. 👏
Husband leaves bad review after repairman flirts with wife 🤭
Repairman crosses the line, husband leaves bad review to warn others 😠
Public shaming: Is it the right move? 🤔
Customer demands accountability for flirting repairman, calls out company's response 👊
Sexual harassment not flirting. Owner needs to take action. 😠
Customer receives unprofessional service, considers negative review.
Repairman's unprofessional behavior towards wife justifies NTA husband's review 👍
Client scared by repairman's behavior, bad review justified 😱
Bad behavior from repairman, justified bad review and warning others 🚨
Public judgment leads to awkward drunk repairman situation 😐
Husband defends wife's honor with scathing review of repairman 😍
Firing the repairman for harassment? NTA strikes back with review 😎
NTA strikes back with bad review 😲
Repairman's flirting backfires, customer leaves bad review 😂
Professionalism is key, repairman crossed the line. NTA.