They did not want to get kicked out of the store or tased
The cannabis dispensary where I work has been running a special all month. All of us received a shipment of new samples from a manufacturer. The live resin concentrate samples were sold to our customers for $1, with the purchase of another gram of concentrate. We had a large supply of stock, but people were thrilled with the sale and the shelvels started to empty fast. All of us only had a couple of grams of concentrate left last weekend, and by the end of the day on Tuesday, we had a single gram of live resin concentrate left to sell. Two guys came in at the same time and spoke with different budtenders. They each wanted the $1 a gram of live resin concentrate, but then finished placing the order first. Whoever enters the system first ends up with the items that are in stock, and just because they walked into the store at the same time, doesn’t mean they placed their order at the same time. When the second customer found out that they were out of concentrate, he got angry and started yelling. Then the other guy announced that he was the last one to get the special deal. I thought they were going to get into a fist fight, so I was thrilled when the security officer appeared. He came out of nowhere, but calmed the guys down instantly. They did not want to get kicked out of the store or tased. Trust me, a $28 gram of concentrate is not worth getting tased. It hurt a lot and my body shook for several nights after I was zapped by accident.