We sometimes let our regular customers set cars outside in our parking lot to sell. We're on a busy intersection, so people get lots of calls on their cars when they sell them at our place.
I walked in to work last night and a customer inquired about a car that is currently sitting outside for sale.
Customer: How much is that car outside?
Me: I don't know, I just got here and haven't seen it until now.
Customer: Is anyone here that knows about the car?
Me: No, it's 10pm, no one is here that could help you.
Customer: So, you just let people park their cars to sell and don't know anything about them?
Me (getting pissed): There should be a phone number on the car, why don't you call it and ask?
Customer: Still, you guys should know something about it.
Me: It's not my car. Call the person that is selling it, they'll help you.
At this point I walk away because he's being an idiot. It's not my car, it's not anyone that works here's car, so I don't know why this guy was being such a fuckface.
How hard is it to call a freaking number listed on the car? Why do people think they will get all this information at 10 o'clock at night? Come back during normal hours, asshole.
I think he was trying to bully me just because he had no one else to pick on.