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Angry Starbucks Customer "Devaughn Darilag" Turned "Beast Mode" (Video)

The video of a furious customer inside Starbucks coffee shop is making waves on social media. The viral footage shows a gay person at the middle of the dining area who is yelling to the female service crew.

A gay customer of Starbucks identified by the netizens as Devaughn Melou B. Darilag violently confronted the employee of the popular coffee shop due to some complaints that he wanted to raise to Starbucks management. In the 77-second clip, the arrogant coffee lover insisted his points by raising his tone while talking to the female crew.

If you are to closely watch the video, you can really tell that Darilag totally lost control of his emotions and it appears that he needs a thorough "anger management". Instead of giving his feedback in a calm and professional way, he resorted to a scandalous manner of communicating his complaint to the Starbucks employee.

Angry Starbucks Customer "Devaughn Darilag" Turned "Beast Mode" (Video)
The gay customer of Starbucks who gone wild was named by netizens as "Devaughn Melou B. Darilag".

Obviously, most of the internet users don't like how the way he treated the Starbucks service crew. Because of this, he received tons of negative criticisms including personal death threats and other form of humiliation in social media.

Significant personal details of Darilag were gathered by netizens which were readily available from his social media account. In a screenshot taken from his profile, he was previously employed in a call center company. He graduated from Cagayan State University.

It's not yet verified as to what particular branch of Starbucks did the violent confrontation occur.

Here's the video of the disrespectful Starbucks customer. 

Bading na ng warla sa barista tukoy na! Siya ay si Devaughn Melou B. Darilag Certified #TALAKERA na WALA sa LUGAR! #StarbucksEksenadorangIlokano

Posted by Talak Superstar on Monday, November 14, 2016

Meanwhile, thousands of netizens considered this story as a very good example of "digital karma". They said that many "keyboard warriors" on the internet might further damage his reputation. In fact, it didn't take that long. Words of wisdom he previously posted on his Facebook account firedback at him when netizens spotted the said message.


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