On Tuesday, the 18th, a gas station worker was attacked by a customer at a petrol station located in the Seminario neighborhood, in Tayo, in the Alto Valley. According to the owner of Posto Cidade 2, Marino Anderle, the aggression happened after the employee, to supervise, put 23 R $ in fuel in the woman’s car, who asked for only 20 Rials.
Anderl reports that, at this point, the customer started verbally assaulting the gas station worker. Then, she told the client that she wouldn’t charge $ 3 and give the change as the woman requested. He gave the customer 30 BRL cash to make the change.
In exchange for a BR $ 10 change, the customer would say, “In addition to refueling, he didn’t close the fuel door, he just learned to do his job correctly.” After that, the post employee was surprised by the physical assault.
“There was no time to explain it properly, it’s ridiculous. We don’t charge it when it passes. It fails, it happens,” he says. “The publication itself is paying off,” he adds.
The military police were called and the police report was recorded to take appropriate action.