May 19, 2017 21:08 GMT by dailymail.co.uk

Man seeks revenge at rude coffee shop customers

Man seeks revenge at rude coffee shop customers

Khalil Sehnaoui, an information security consultant, was sitting inside the venue Wednesday when 'loud and rude' patrons bothered him during a brainstorming session.

A man who ended up sitting next to a loud group of customers at a coffee shop found a supremely passive-aggressive way to get back at them.

Khalil Sehnaoui, an information security consultant, was sitting inside the venue Wednesday when 'loud and rude' patrons bothered him during a brainstorming session.

At one point, the noisy bunch found the 'perfect name' for their new business, Sehnaoui recounted on Twitter— but now they might find it difficult to use it.

'My hero!' Khalil Sehnaoui ended up sitting next to loud customers at a coffee shop - and found a supremely passive-aggressive way to get back at them

'My hero!' Khalil Sehnaoui ended up sitting next to loud customers at a coffee shop - and found a supremely passive-aggressive way to get back at them

Got it: At one point, the noisy bunch found the 'perfect name' for their new business, Sehnaoui recounted on Twitter¿ but Sehnaoui bought the matching domain name

Got it: At one point, the noisy bunch found the 'perfect name' for their new business, Sehnaoui recounted on Twitter— but Sehnaoui bought the matching domain name

Sehnaoui, a 41-year-old information security consultant, purchased the corresponding domain name before the loud customers had a chance to.

This means that when the rowdy patrons attempt to set up a website for the launch of their business, they won't be able to buy the matching URL.

Twitter users were impressed by Sehnaoui's vengeance, and the tweet in which he explained his gesture has now been liked 30,000 times.

Some have reached out to the information security expert to express their admiration.

'Oh my gosh this is the ultimate in petty. Cudos Sir,' someone gushed. 

Popular: Twitter users were impressed by Sehnaoui's vengeance, and the tweet in which he explained his gesture has now been liked 30,000 times

Popular: Twitter users were impressed by Sehnaoui's vengeance, and the tweet in which he explained his gesture has now been liked 30,000 times

High praise: Some have reached out to the information security expert to express their admiration, with one person telling him he had reached hero status

High praise: Some have reached out to the information security expert to express their admiration, with one person telling him he had reached hero status

Another person told Sehnaoui he should use the domain page to display a page reading: 'Stop being loud and rude in coffee shops.'

Someone even came up with a plan to take the vengeance to the next level, saying Sehnaoui should also take up the social media handles matching the business' name.

But Sehnaoui, who explained in another tweet the customers were rude to the wait staff and kept being noisy even after they were asked to tone it down, likely won't take his idea this far.

He plans to give up on the domain name soon, hoping the group will have learned a lesson.

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