A video of a Burger King employee getting back at a creepy customer is going viral on TikTok, for all the right reasons. After a customer at the drive-thru made a female colleague feel uncomfortable multiple times, TikToker Matthew decided to take matters into his own hands by doing the same thing to the customer. In the on-screen caption, Matthew said "When an old man harasses your female workers use your gay power to make uncomfortable."The Burger King employee approaches the customer at the drive-thru window and leans over to give him a pick-up line. "You know what would look good on you? Me." Then Matthew winks at the customer and walks away giggling. In the caption, Matthew says this customer harasses his female co-workers often and used that very pick-up line last week. Sign up for our new free Indy100 weekly newsletterCommenters applauded Matthew's clap-back at the creepy customer. "[You're] a real one [for] that. Absolute legend," a TikToker commented. "You dropped this [crown emoji] I cleaned it and polished it up for ya," another commenter said. "My man," another commented. [tiktok_embed https://www.tiktok.com/@mxtthewcast/video/7064091654109842735?is_copy_url=1\u0026is_from_webapp=v1 embed_desktop_height=746 embed_desktop_width=605 embed_mobile_height=811 embed_mobile_width=375 site_id=24473854 expand=1]Matthew's video went viral with over 220k views and 32k likes. Many of the viewers wanted to know what the aftermath of the interaction was. "I wanna see his reaction so badly," the top comment on the video says. "I gotta know his reaction, did he get mad or say anything after," another commenter asked. Matthew responded that the customer 'played along' with the interaction. If there's one thing we've learned from Burger King employees, they are not to be messed with. Multiple videos of employees calling out rude customers or walking out due to poor working conditions have gone viral in the past. Have your say in our news democracy. Click the upvote icon at the top of the page to help raise this article through the indy100 rankings.