Aeta Customers Forced to Eat with Hands Due to Lack of Utensils at Fast-Food Chain

Fast-Food Chain Elicits Reactions After Failing to Provide Utensils for Aeta Customers

Aeta customers were forced to eat with their hands after a branch of a popular fast-food chain allegedly failed to provide utensils.

Recently, the Facebook page “Flight Attendant’s Beaute’ Secret,” criticized the branch for its treatment of indigenous customers. The post immediately spread like wildfire on social media and elicited comments online.

In the video posted, several Aeta customers are seen eating their ordered meals of spaghetti and chicken from Jollibee with their hands. The uploader condemned the staff of the branch for what they perceived as a neglectful and discriminatory service.

Aeta Customers

The uploader bought three buckets of 8-piece chicken and 3 tubs of Jollibee spaghetti, but not a single pack of cutlery was included. The latter expressed frustration and implied that the lack of utensils might have been due to the customers’ ethnic background.

Many netizens criticized the fast-food chain for its apparent oversight and lack of customer care. The internet users called for better service standards and equal treatment for all customers, regardless of their background.

Aeta Customers

Some commenters urged Jollibee management to address the issue and ensure that such incidents do not happen again. They emphasized the importance of treating all customers with respect and dignity.

Here is the full post:

“Calling the attention of Jollibee clark center, bumili kami ng 3 buckets of 8pcs chicken and 3 tub ng Jollibee pero ni Isang pack ng cutleries walang kasama, bakit Hindi nyo check Bago nyo dispatch.

Sabi ng mga comment dito dapat daw check muna kung complete, so ibig sabihin bilangin mo ang manok kung talagang akma sa binayaran mo, if that’s the case self service nalang, pati spaghetti bilangin mo kung ilang strands

Pakishare pls para umabot sa Jollibee management.

Dahil ba aeta bumili di nyo inayos service nyo?”

In a previous report, indigenous tribes install barricades to protest planned ritual in support of Kaliwa Dam

The social media users expressed their reactions to the post:

Aeta Customers

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