This pro revenge story brings us something special straight from the military. Our original poster, Redditor u/Viper896, posted to r/ProRevenge about how they got into a spat with a military mechanic about repairs to a military vehicle when they were told that the specific part in question wasn't the mechanics' issue to solve. What did our OP do in response? They took a page from their high school playbook, taking apart objects at home before their mechanic father would show them how to put things back together, and took apart a large part of the vehicle just to solve his issue. Needless to say, the mechanics weren't thrilled when OP told them they had to put the entire vehicle back together.
This story works out great specifically because this guy and the mechanic were able to sort out their differences when it was all said and done, resulting in cross-training for soldiers so problems like this one could be fixed more quickly in the future. If this revenge story got you going, check out another recent pro revenge story that we ran about an owner who tried to micromanage their employees, fired them on the spot, and then got fired by his very employees.
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