I'm a Starbucks worker – the most shocking order I have ever taken left me furious

A STARBUCKS employee has revealed the most shocking drinks order he received.

The barista claimed a customer asked for their iced chai tea latte to match the color of his skin.

The barista took to social media to explain what happened.

In a viral TikTok video, user @angellrreyes pretends to be typing along to audio of beeps and clicks from a store checkout station.

The overlay text reads, “Me calculating why a grown white man told me he wanted his iced chai tea latte the same color as my skin.”

The video has more than 111,000 views, and viewers were left in shock.

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Another user commented, “excuse me what.”

User @angellrreyes responded with “I really wish I was lying.”

Others who have worked for the coffee company shared similar experiences.

“This happened to me during a Starbies shift and my manager pulled me to the side to ask if I was okay after the encounter,” one user wrote.

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Creator @angellrreyes responded with, “nah cause my manager was in the back when this happened and the face of shock he had when I told him.”

“The amount of times I’ve heard this,” another person said.

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“The way this has also happened to me but with coffee,” another said.

The US Sun reached out to both Starbucks for comment along with user @angellrreyes via Instagram direct message.

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