A cleaner hit back at "aggressive and cruel" office workers after quitting her job.
After clashing with her manager at a HSBC branch, she wrote them a note after retiring from her role.
According to the Mirror, a snap of the brutally honest letter has gone viral on social media.
It reads: "Hi ladies, tomorrow will be my last clean for HSBC.
"I have made up a bucket of cleaning materials for the next cleaner whoever that may be!!
"I've left the job [manager's name] after the way you dressed me down in the office, it was nothing more than aggressive and cruel but that's a reflection on your character, not mine."
The note continues: "So going forward, please all of you remember:
"In a world when you can be anything, BE KIND. Because you are all no better than the cleaner."
The cleaner’s daughter is glad her mum got one-up on the office workers before retiring.
She captioned the image: "And this is why I love my mum. She's been cleaning banks for 35 years and today walked out with this lovely note left behind for that awful manager.
"Happy retirement mum – always have the last laugh eh!"
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More than 135,000 people liked the post, with many also taking the time to share their thoughts.
One person replied: "Well done her! My dad was a caretaker of a school for 30 years, so many rude staff. When I started teaching I swore I would always be friendly to all staff contributing to the school."
Another wrote: "When interviewing people for jobs, I always asked the reception staff how they were treated by the candidate. A few failed the 'attitude test'."
A third added: "Never understood why people think what they do for a living reflects their importance.
“I was raised to believe that a job is a job and anyone getting up and going to work deserves the same respect, whether they pick up trash or run the company. Good for your mom! Respect!"
The Daily Star has contacted HSBC for comment.
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