(FOX NEWS) - A Subway restaurant worker is claiming that he educated a vegan customer about how mayonnaise was made after she ordered her sandwich with the condiment. But her response to the lesson is what is confusing some people.
The worker – identified as Gabriel Caulfield-Bohlken – said a customer walked into his store and ordered a Veggie Delight sandwich.
“As I went to get the bread she asked me if I could change my gloves cause (sic) she was vegan and I had been handling meat. I did that, no problem, perfectly reasonable request,” Caulfield-Bohlken said in a Facebook post that has 66K likes and more than 43K shares.
“I get her bread, toast it and put all the veggies she wants on it, I start to wrap up her sandwich when she says, ‘can I get some mayo?’” he continues in the Facebook post.
The employee goes on to say he thought the customer was making a joke in the now-viral post.
“I look at her, she's looking at me, I pick up the mayo, I'm waiting for her to be like haha jk,” he wrote, before telling the woman “You know mayonnaise has eggs in it right?”
“N-no it doesn’t, I get mayo every time, are you sure?” Caulfield-Bohlken wrote that the customer said.
“I felt so horrible, she stood there with such a distraught and defeated face, I had shattered this poor girl's world,” he wrote.
Caulfield-Bohlken said he explained to her that mayo is made with eggs and then asked if she would like it anyway -- to which she said yes.
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