A Del Taco manager is out of a job after customers posted smartphone video of him getting mouthy in a dispute. "I don't give a [expletive], bro," the manager says at the drive-thru window in the viral video. "Seriously, go ahead alright. Where you going to post it, YouTube? No one's going to [expletive] see it." Seems the disagreement started when the two customers—a man and a woman—didn't get sauce with their food, and the manager accused them of having a bad attitude. "Dude, I've done this a billion times," he says. "You guys give me [expletive] all the [expletive] time." When the woman says she's never patronized this Del Taco before, the manager says, "I'm not talking about you specifically. I'm talking about you as a customer. So how long you guys want to do this? Five minutes? An hour? I can do this all [expletive] day." When the customers say they can get him fired by sending the video to his boss, the manager says, "I am the boss. My dad's actually a [expletive] owner, so good luck with that." In a statement, Del Taco says it was "appalled" by the manager's actions and fired him "immediately." Facebook users are debating the video on Del Taco's Facebook page, with some calling the manager rude and others saying the customers over-reacted.
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