Well I did have several library patrons expect me to type up their school reports and essays (usually plagarized straight from wikipedia), and even had a few adults provide the following conversation:
Patron: Hi, I'm looking for a job and someone told me I need a job sheet thing.
Me: A resume? Certainly, the books on writing resumes are over here on this shelf, and you're welcome to take up to an hour on the computer. Although if nobody else needs it, I am able to extend your computer time somewhat.
Patron: I don't type too good; can you do it for me?
Me: Pardon? Sorry, I'm not able to type your resume for you, but [opening a resume book] here are several excellent examples of resumes. Pick one you like and go from there.
Patron: [Looking at the example] But I didn't work in . . . uh, muh-DEE-kale transitions. [Medical transcription, or whatever the example resume used] Look, can't you just write my job sheet for me?
Me: I'm sorry, I'm unable to do that. Do you need help getting started in Microsoft Word?
Patron: I don't do computers. [getting frustrated] Are you going to help me or not? Don't you want me to get a job?