Most of us have experienced waiting long hours in government offices and this may cause us to be frustrated as we are taking time out of our lives in order to come to settle our affairs. Usually, we would suppress our frustration by choosing to go back home or heading there again another day. However, this man right here took it to a whole new level when he threw a fit after he waited for hours in one of the government offices.
A video posted on Twitter shows a Malaysian man losing his cool after he waited for his turn at a government office from 10am to 2pm. When it was finally his turn, the officer told him to come back at another time because they are lacking manpower and it is time for their break.
What’s surprising was that there were so many staff spotted walking around seemingly doing nothing! Alamak!
Watch the video below to see how the man lost his temper after waiting for four long hours:
A Malaysian loses his cool at a government office when he waited from 10am – 2pm, and when he was served, the officer asked him to come back other time citing lack of manpower and its their time for a break – when there's so many people walking around seemingly doing nothing pic.twitter.com/waCli0J6zH
— Hilmi Adi Ruzaini (@HilmiAdi) February 26, 2019
In the video, you can hear him saying, “Saya manusia, bukan binatang” which translates to “I am a human, not an animal.”
The video was uploaded by a Twitter user and it was retweeted approximately 10,800 times while receiving over 5,500 likes and 128,000 views.
In the comments section, netizens began sharing their respective unpleasant experiences in government offices and sympathised with the ranting man.
Waiting for a long time and then being told to come back again is really frustrating!
Read some of the comments here:
Currently, it is not confirmed where exactly this incident had occurred. It looks like many of the netizens are in support of the man’s actions and have requested for the efficiency of government offices to be improved in the near future so that they don’t have to waste their time waiting there.
What do you have to say about this? Have you experienced any similar situations before? Share with us in the comments section!
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