Men are not allowed to enter the women's spa, for obvious reasons, so when a male therapist is going to massage a female client, he either goes to the entrance off the gym, knocks on the door (which opens onto the lounge area) and calls the lady's name, or asks M., the ladies' spa attendant, to escort the guest to the back entrance of the spa, which is closer to the cross-gender treatment rooms.
E. did exactly that this afternoon, and as M. handed off the guest to him, E. thanked her. What did the guest do? She struck an "attitude pose", if you know what I mean, and said, "Don't worry about HER, you should be worrying about ME!"
Holy shit! What is wrong with some people? How did thanking a colleague for providing a service take anything away from this guest?
Who knows, I'm baffled.