A video recently surfaced showing office workers having a disagreement with a pizza delivery guy.
According to the description attached to the video on LiveLeak, the car dealership originally posted the video on their own YouTube channel. The original video is now private.
A used car dealer in Massachusetts pays a pizza delivery guy $20 in one dollar bills on a $12 tab. The driver, thinking he received a decent tip, leaves only to have employees at the dealer call his manager and force him to return to pay them their change, sans any tip whatsoever.
Worse, they seem to think it's funny and posted it. Check the blowhard at the end threatening to call and have the guy fired.
"It just doesn't make sense why you would hand me a bill that you would have me drive back to give you anyway," the pizza delivery man says in the video.
"Because I gave you everything they gave me so we would get the correct change," the office worker wearing a blue shirt answers back.
The man in blue tells him that's correct and the pizza delivery man leaves. Then all the office workers start laughing and making fun of him.
The video was picked up by users of the anonymous message board 4chan on Wednesday. Users then began pulling up personal information about the employees of the car dealership.
4chan users determined that the video was filmed at F&R Auto Sales in Westport, Massachusetts.
The dealership's Facebook page has also been overrun with comments about the video.
"We've been harassed all day," a man identifying himself as the manager of F&R Auto Sales told BuzzFeed News. "The police are investigating this."
When asked about the authenticity of the video, the manager told BuzzFeed News that it was just "a stupid thing with a guy who doesn't even work here."
4chan users believe the delivery man worked for a local pizza chain called Pizza Palace & More.
The pizza chain has also been getting some social media attention. Also, an employee confirmed for BuzzFeed News that they've been getting some weird calls.
Ryan Broderick is a reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.