‘If you got a problem fill out an application’: Customer tries to shame ‘disgusting’ Chipotle workers in viral TikTok, sparking debate – The Daily Dot

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                                                                                            <span class="dd-article-leadart-image-credit-segment">                                                                                  <a href="">@jayothebarber/TikTok</a>                                                                          </span>                                                                                                                                             <br>Laiken Neumann<br>IRL<br>                       Published Jan 3, 2022&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Updated Jan 3, 2022, 10:42 am CST                        <br>In a viral TikTok, Justin Orejuela (user @jayothebarber) criticized the cleanliness of a Chipotle in Port Saint Lucie, Florida, sparking debate from other TikTok users who overwhelmingly supported the workers.&nbsp;<br>“PLEASE STOP GOING TO PORT SAINT LUCIE WEST CHIPOTLE ! THESE PEOPLE ARE DISGUSTING!!” Orejuela wrote via text on the TikTok.<br>The video shows several spills of ingredients on the countertop and one worker quickly cutting a large pile of meat. Since being posted on Dec. 21, Orejuela’s TikTok received over 3 million views and a wave of criticism from other users through thousands of comments.<br>Port saint lucie , Saint lucie West Chipotle will one day give you food posion ! Please be careful <a title="fyp" target="_blank" href="" rel="noopener">#fyp</a> <a title="foryou" target="_blank" href="" rel="noopener">#foryou</a> <a title="foryoupage" target="_blank" href="" rel="noopener">#foryoupage</a> <a title="chipotle" target="_blank" href="" rel="noopener">#chipotle</a> <a title="food" target="_blank" href="" rel="noopener">#food</a><br>Several users empathized with the Chipotle workers’ situation during an apparent rush.&nbsp;<br>“They&#8217;re obviously understaffed and overworked. if u got a problem fill out an application…” one user urged.<br>“But then if they start cleaning during a rush you&#8217;ll complain that you&#8217;re waiting too long,” another argued.&nbsp;<br>“Clock in and help me clean den if u think it so easy to clean during a rush,” a third said.<br>Others claimed that Orejuela must not understand what it’s like to work in fast-food service.<br>“This is why I think everyone should work on fast food at least once in their life,” one user said.<br>“I don’t see nothing nasty that’s how it is when it’s busy. You’ve never worked in a fast food place before [have] you?” another said.&nbsp;<br>However, Orejuela said in response that he was a former employee of that exact Chipotle location.<br>“I was the kitchen manager at this location. Lol so your comment is invalid. It was never like this when I managed. How don’t you see it [as] nasty?” he said.<br>Orejuela also created <a href="">multiple follow-up videos</a>, wearing a Chipotle T-shirt in one and showing a pile of dishes in the alleged backroom of that location in another.&nbsp;<br>Reply to @femalechkr <a title="fypシ" target="_blank" href="" rel="noopener">#fypシ</a> <a title="fyp" target="_blank" href="" rel="noopener">#fyp</a> <a title="chipotle" target="_blank" href="" rel="noopener">#chipotle</a><br>However, a few users felt similarly uncomfortable with the cleanliness of the Chipotle and showed support for Orejuela in the comments.<br>“How are y’all mad the creator? We just letting businesses have zero standards now?” one user said.<br>“Y’all Trippin in these comments &#8230; I’ve never seen a chipotle THAT messy in my LIFE,” another said.&nbsp;<br>The Daily Dot reached out to Orejuela via a TikTok comment and to Chipotle via email.<br> <strong>Must-reads on the Daily Dot </strong><br>Laiken Neumann is a freelance journalist based in Austin, Texas, covering culture, entertainment, and social justice.<br>‘Are you pulling the race card?’: Viral TikTok shows Bath &#038; Body Works ‘Karen’ being called out by customer<br>‘I’m in the f*cking drive-thru’: TikToker says ‘tipping culture’ has gone too far in viral video<br>&#8216;Don’t mess with stuff that’s not yours&#8217;: Airbnb hosts say guests changed the locks in viral TikTok<br>&#8216;Please stop buying beverages from Amazon&#8217;: Warehouse worker urges customers to stop buying groceries from Amazon in viral TikTok<br>Get the Daily Dot in your inbox<br><br><a href="">source</a>

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