I had a situation at work yesterday where my co-worker whom I thought was my friend screamed obcenities at me all because I tried to help with cooking dinner for the residents & I improvised & changed the recipe a little bit. She told me I was wrong & screamed the "f" word repeatedly at me. She told me that I "f'd up" "her" recipe & I always do "s" like this. She physically tried to remove me from the kitchen while screaming at me & told me I'm not allowed to cook or be in the kitchen while she's cooking. She also told me that I was wrong for doing this, that I shouldn't help out, & she told me to go home. She berated me & my work during the whole shift until our relief staff came to work, then she thanked me for all of my help in front of the other staff. The dinner turned out okay. Does anybody think that I should report her & I was treated unfairly? I sure do. She shouldn't have put her hands on me in that way.
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