- A Nigerian man, Clinton James, was stunned by the bad customer service he encountered in Benin city
- Clinton said after ordering his food, he asked for cutlery and he did not expect what he was given
- A photo he posted on the platform showed a dirty-looking kitchen knife, spoon, and fork not fit for a modern restaurant
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A Nigerian man identified as Clinton James on Twitter on Monday, November 9, narrated the bad experience he faced at a restaurant in Benin city, the capital of Edo state.
Sharing photos on the platform, the man said after he was served with just a spoon, he asked the waitress to give him full cutlery.
He said what he asked for made the lady really angry and she came back with a kitchen knife and a fork.
Many people have since reacted to his tweet, asking him if he ordered oranges going by the kind of knife he was given.
See his tweet below:
Below are some of the comments under his tweet:
"Lol.... Did u order unpeeled oranges too? Coz dats what dat knife is for.... The spoon is exclusively for pap or garri. The fork, for street cooked noodles."
"Where u been think say you dey, Eko hotel? You get luck say them no send you out."
"You are not happy they gave you a stabbing knife for your own protection or you don’t know how rough Benin is? My friend go and tip the waitress."
"They borrowed the knife from Orange Seller near them."
Meanwhile, it was earlier reported that a young lady packed her food in a rather odd and somewhat hilarious choice of a container at a restaurant she recently visited.
The lady identified on Twitter as @DheeDrey shared a video in which she was seen asking an attendant for a takeaway pack so she could pack her leftover food.
@DheeDrey was not pleased when she was told she would have to pay for the pack. She then proceeded to use a nylon bag and an empty salad container to pack her food.
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