When I worked as an Emergency Room clerk I was trained by a wonderful woman named "Denise", but for 3 days I had to train with "Cindy" I can only believe Cindy was not very secure in her job because she LIED to me. I asked her if something was done way A or way B, she said B, she was training me, right? I got a chewing out the next day and was told it should have been done way A. But time went on and while I never forgot her lie, I pretended that it never happened.
A couple of weeks before I finally quit I had a lull in the ER, and all my work was caught up so I went to the Nurses station to ask Cindy if there was anything I could do for her. This was standard practice. Dr. "Olson" was sitting at the Nurses station working on charts, which is normal so I paid no attention. Cindy Barked at me, "Dr. Olson is discharging a patient so you need to take down those orders and tear down that chart. I am going to lunch!" Well, her request was not out of line, but her tone sure was. So I looked at Dr. Olson, he looked at me, then I replied to Cindy, "I'll be more than happy to do that, just as soon as Dr. Olson is done with that chart, enjoy your lunch." and Cindy stomped off.
Dr. Olson sat there and chatted with the nurses, (doctors are the worst gossips, for the record) and made small talk, read the paper.... but I wasn't paying much attention as it was none of my business and I was working. Cindy came back from lunch, I gave her back her chair, gave her the one message I had for her, and gathered my soda and purse to go back to my area. Dr. Olson walked over, sat the chart down in front of Cindy and said, "Here you go, I just finished."
I never knew if he did it on purpose or not until a couple years later I was telling Denise about it, (we're still friends) and she said "OH yeah, it was on purpose, Dr. Olson LIKED you and he didn't like that Cindy was rude to you!" I still laugh about it!