We have a guy that comes in with some sort of OCD. We call him the Tapper, because that's what he does while in the store; taps everything.
He'll walk in and do the same routine every day. Once he walks in the store, he'll go over to the 2 liters of pop and tap the rack. Then he'll walk over to our frozen food section and tap the coolers. Then he'll open one of the beer coolers, and tap each shelf from head to toe. He then grabs his beer and heads to the counter, but not before stopping to tap Spaghetti O cans, Chex Mix and other various items around the store.
Once he reaches the counter he'll set his stuff down and reach to the floor and tap his shoes. Then he'll grab a newspaper and tap that rack a few times. This man gets lots of exercise.
This goes on and on every single day. He's a nice enough guy, but he's also OCD when it comes to his car. When he pulls into our parking lot, he will back into a parking spot. Normally people will back in, adjust if they need to, and get out of the car.
Not the Tapper. He will go back and forth in his car until he gets into the parking spot just right. The shitty part about this is that he has hit many things with his car before; such as our ice cooler and also another employee's car.
Every time he hits something, we always hear it, but when we confront him about it he denies it. He's put some pretty big dents in our ice cooler.
It makes me wonder what he hits when he's at the grocery store or somewhere with a big parking lot. Is that where all the dents in our cars come from?