The Customer is King, by Charles Boorman

It was an ordinary day at the supermarket. Customers came and went. Piped music played. Suddenly, the cashier burst into the manager’s office. “Quick! There’s a lady making a terrible scene!” she yelled. The manager dropped his men’s magazine and rushed out.

“Tee’s the name, madam. I’m the manager – how can I help?” he panted.

The customer stared at him and answered: “I bought this packet of frozen vegetables and there’s half a rat inside!”

“How aw-awful!” stammered Mr. Tee. “However can we make up for this error?”

“Giving me the other half would be a start!” replied the customer.

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