You’re on the 401 and some a–hole cuts you off and then has the nerve to flip you off and continue to speed down the highway. Wouldn’t it be great to see a cop in your rearview put the flashers on and pull him over? If only EVERY rude person could feel the burn of instant karma. Listen to this story…
Matt Buckland is in the HR department at an investment firm in London called Forward Partners. And when he was getting off the subway Monday morning, he stood to the side to let a woman get off first.
But a guy behind him started yelling, SWEARING at him, then shoved past to get off the train.
When Matt got to work, he started conducting interviews for a web developer position . . . and the SAME GUY walked in. Turns out the reason he was in such a hurry to get off the subway was because of his job interview.
The guy didn’t recognize Matt . . . but Matt recognized HIM. So he started the interview by asking questions about commuting on the subway . . . and kept going until the guy realized who he was.
The guy was embarrassed and apologized . . . but he was dead in the water. Matt says they still went through the full interview, but the guy isn’t getting the job.
Ever witnessed karma that sweet?