Yup. I worked at the ticket booth at a movie theater for two summers. One time I had a guy come up to my window and asked to purchase tickets to a movie whose showtime was 28 minutes prior. (Side note, the showings automatically cleared out of the system after 30 minutes past the start time). I told him that the movie itself was probably 10 minutes in already and he was fine with that, so I rang up the transaction. He then asks me to look up what other movies are playing around this time. I had to clear the transaction and click through my screen and told him every movie with a show time coming up. He then decides he wanted to see the first movie after all. Well by that time it had cleared out of the system. He got mad at me and said, “Well if you hadn’t told me about every movie I could have seen this one!” Ugh, people. OH, and one night it was close to closing time, only a few showings left. The lobby is deserted. A lady walks in (there is absolutely nobody in line) and orders her tickets and then gives me her credit card. It was company policy to ask for ID for debit/credit card transactions if the card wasn’t signed on the back. Hers wasn’t, so I asked for ID. She got SUPER PISSED at me because her driver’s licence was in her car and she’d have to walk back and get it. (It amazed me how many people didn’t keep their license in their wallet with their card…) So, after yelling about how unfair it is, and me explaining it was company policy in place to protect customers from identity theft, she says, “FINE! I’ll go get my f*cking licence out of my f*cking car!” and storms out. She comes back a minute later, still nobody in line, slams her ID on my counter and I rang up the transaction. After all was said and done my manager said, “Wow it’s like you asked her to walk to Alaska or something.” Jeez. Glad I don’t work there anymore, but the free movies were a nice perk.