Arseny was usually the last one in the shop. For one, it was more money. For another, he didn't want to go home, And the smallest reason that he blew up to the largest (to make it seem as if he could go home to a loving family any time he wanted but chose not to) was because the boss paid for cable tv in the garage. He in particular liked cartoons. Another reason why no one liked to be around him much-- despite his appearance.
He was replacing the gas tank in a car what's old tank had been corroded by the gasoline, yet seemingly driving well and not at all exploding. He knew just what to say when the owner saw the bill for the thing they didn't think needed fixing. "You know, you never know what's wrong until it's too late. I think I've probably saved your life." And they would look at his face and not believe it, because he was lying... but who really trusted a man who looked and sounded like himself.
But a bill was a bill and it needed to be paid, and he felt lucky to be a superhuman (some might say "subhuman") asset to the shop. He'd never be fired.
His light blue eyes swiveled to watch headlights turn off in front of the garage windows. He opened it and light poured out into the street, casting a shadow on the front of him and making him look much more menacing than he really was. He stared at the man and his car for a moment, and, not caring to do much more work, he said, "We're almost closed, but what do you want?"