A Starbucks worker is thought to have lost her job after a video of her berating a customer went viral.

In a video filmed in New York first posted to Facebook but then later uploaded on to YouTube, a Starbucks employee later identified as a shift supervisor tells customer to "get the f--k out of here".

It's thought an argument broke out about over a cookie dough straw, which the worker accused Ruby Chen of trying to not pay for - she said she just didn't hear another member of staff ask her for her name to write on a coffee cup.

Help to share this too much attitude at Starbuck on grand ave 86-51 Broadway elmhurst New York 11373 on Tuesday may 12th ,2015 her name is Melissa she called the cop and the cop told Chinese lady to complain online . She didn't act like manager and all the time she has high attitude to the customer

Posted by Pennapa Castro on Tuesday, 12 May 2015

Starbucks told New York-based PIX11

"The customer's experience is not reflective of the service our baristas provide.

"The employee was immediately suspended and no longer works for Starbucks.

"Our leadership team has reached out to the customer to make things right.

"This experience is not what we want our customers to have in our stores.

"We worked to quickly resolve this."

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