Andres Carrasco, 73, clearly asking to be treated like dirt with that face of his.
Warning: Sarcasm ahead.
The heroic Adriana's Insurance Company in Rancho Cucamonga, California has finally taken a stand against a true menace to society: people over 70 who whine after being assaulted by your employees. How is Adriana's achieving justice? By paying their court settlements in buckets of loose change that are too heavy for your senior citizen opponents to lift.
Yes, little crybaby Andres Carrasco, 73, claimed in 2012 to have been physically attacked by an Adriana's employee. After trying valiantly to fight back against the septuagenarian bully in court, Adriana was brought to its knees and forced to settle for the astronomical amount of $21,000.
Yes, that is Adriana, and yes, she already hates you. (via Facebook)
Adriana's, which is named for its founder, Adriana Gallardo, wasn't going to take this abuse sitting down. Instead of paying Carrasco with a check, or even a tasteful briefcase of cash, Ms. Gallardo sent over eight working-age employees with buckets of pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters. Because screw Andres Carrasco, am I right? Who the hell does he think he is, getting assaulted like that? Prick.
These people are asking to get coined right in the face. (via Yelp)
Here's what Carrasco had to say in a statement, "Adriana's Insurance, is this the way you treat everyone? Why don't you like your clients? I am disappointed by the way Adriana's treats their customers and the elderly. We might be poor, but we are people too."