1) Someone who goes out of their way to get someone else in trouble.
2) Someone who causes their own problems, yet names you as the source, to get you in trouble.
Working at the bottom of the totem pole job, ie: cashier, front desk, etc. where workers are easily replaceable and unreasonable guests have it out for you. You got them diet coke which they asked for, when all the sudden they believe they wanted a coke and it's your problem for not mind reading the situation. You had a slight altercation that in normal day life would go unnoticed, but since they are a customer and you are an employee they go above and beyond - calling corporate - to get you into trouble.
1) I was working the cashier the other day and I got chaconed by a customer.
Oh boy, what happened?
He said he wanted small fries, changed his mind to medium, and didn't want to pay extra. Then he started going above and beyond to management. It was this whole thing.
Yeah, I can't stand all these chaconers.
2) This guest tried chaconing me yesterday.
What happened this time?
We were valeting cars and I told him I would park it across the street. He complained to management saying I was going to park it 3 blocks away.
Haha, you always get chaconed man.
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