A NANDO'S employee has gone viral after revealing the four types of customers that always come in - so which one are you?
For most, no day out shopping is possible without a cheeky Nando's in-between the spree to fuel you up, and now a worker has shared a list of the four different types of people that come in for a PERi-PERi.
Fiz, whose clip has been gone viral, racking up close to 675,000 views, said she had seen someone else do it and ''thought it was funny''.
According to her, there is always a group of younger blokes who when deciding what to get at the till will shoot their shot.
''Can I order u darlin [sic],'' read the text alongside the image of four guys.
The high-street brand, which has now conquered Britain, has become a staple for many, particularly for those who fancy something a little more spicy and flavoursome.
But that doesn't mean that those who can't handle spice for whichever reason are not welcome - Nando's offers sauces of various levels, including Lemon & Herb.
However, despite it being the mildest of them all, Faz claimed that there are still customers who question her at the till wondering if the sauce is going to be ''too spicy''.
Another type of customer is a large group who barge in the restaurant.
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Thousands of people claimed this was accurate, with one adding that they always come at ''silly hours too''.
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As well as scrumptious chicken and their signature PERi-PERi spices, Nando's is also known for their bottomless drinks - though this will be scrapped in October, when customers won't be able to get a free refill for Coca-Cola.
Although customers have to pay between £3.25 and £3.45 to get as much of their chosen soft drink as they want, it doesn't mean that there won't be the odd sneaky person trying to find a way around it.
According to the video, this will usually be a younger bloke who will ask for a glass of water - only to then refill it with a sparkling drink later.
Viewers were in stitches, with many taking it to comments to share their thoughts.
''You forgot to mention the uncle’s asking for discount,'' wrote someone.
A fellow employee said: ''I once got a table of 40 people it was so long to clear up after.''
''I work in nandos this couldn’t be more true [sic],'' another jumped in.