First, let me introduce the cast. The railway station security are kind of involved, but I couldn’t exactly hear what they were saying
J = Jerk
Me = Me (but you probably already know that)
Now, I was at the railway station entrance, just waiting to be picked up. I look nothing like an employee. I’m wearing a purple sweater, a purple backpack, and I was carrying shopping bags. I also had a green sunflower lanyard that, here in the UK at least, people with invisible disabilities wear to alert staff that we’re disabled. In my case it’s autism (not really relevant to the story though I guess)
Anyway, I was just browsing my phone, when a rather irritated guy was walking around, then he looked at me
**J:** Do you work here?
**Me:** No, sorry, I don’t.
**J:** *(points to the security in the distance)* Do they work here?
**Me:** I’m not sure. *(I mean, I don’t know if they’re hired by the station or employed by someone else to cover the station)*
**J:** I need to get a ticket!
Me: Oh, there’s a ticket machine over there. You can use that to buy a ticket!
**J:** I tried that, but it’s not working!
And then I went back to my phone, thinking this was over. About 30 seconds later, I see the jerk pointing his phone at me and, bizarrely, recording my disability lanyard.
**J:** I’m recording this!
**Me:** …. What?
**J:** I’m recording this! You can’t be bothered to help get me a ticket!
**Me:** I just said, I don’t work here!
**J:** *(to the security)* Where can I get a ticket? That machine’s broken!
The security said something, I couldn’t really process what they said as I was too dumbfounded processing what was going on. I assume they said they couldn’t help him?
**J:** You guys can’t be bothered, he *(me)* can’t be bothered!
**Me:** I can’t help you! I DON’T WORK HERE!
And then the jerk started walking towards the ticket area and started rambling about not being able to get his ticket. I don’t know what happened but he did attract a crowd and then the security had to stop him from whatever he was doing. Did he not even know he could just buy a ticket from his phone?