Angels and ministers of grace........
The expectation on those who wear a uniform is always high.
The waiter in the restaurant is always supposed to be polite, to never get angry, to never cause their customer to have cause for complaint. The customer service assistant at Thorntons, although beautiful and pretty, is always supposed to remain professional, to stay cool in the face of a very large Que. The young gentleman in PC World is supposed to remain kind to the customer who clearly has no idea what they want, or what they actually need.
However, the difference between those who wear a uniform to live and those who live to wear a uniform is this, the formers responsibility stops when they take that uniform off at the end of their shift.
It would be very easy for you to avoid your responsibilities, but the consequences of such an action, you could never completely avoid.
C'est la vie.
'It often requires more courage to dare to do right than to fear to do wrong.'