customer action
 n.— «It’s what London officials euphemistically describe as “customer action”—a person who has hurled himself under a train.» —“British mood: July 7 seen as equivalent of United States’ Sept. 11—security crackdowns, national ID cards will probably result” by Colin Freeman San Francisco Chronicle (California) July 8, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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