The coal-man deforms his hod in such a way that its volume becomes smaller. He then cheats the customer by a fifth of the ordered coal on delivery. He is not even ashamed to offer the "saved" coal to the same customer to buy. The dishonest salesman in the greengrocer's refuses to sell the lady shopper second-class apples with the excuse that he is waiting for the price-calculation. He then juggles with the apples during the midday break until he finally creates boxes only with first-class fruits. But he is caught this time. The lady shopper is in fact an inspector and the salesman doesn't get away without a fine. The last place where the customers shouldn't allow anybody to cheat them is the restaurant. The unsuitable behaviour of the staff, small portions and less then full glasses of beer are affairs that the customer should object to and demand compensation.
O lidech před pultem a za ním III.
About the People on Both Sides of the Counter III