Fired for Eating Pizza

Fired for Eating Pizza

Although he didn’t work in the department that held the meeting where the pizza was served, Garrison figured it was fair game since the company had bought it and it looked like it was going to be wasted if it wasn’t eaten. What he didn’t know is that several other employees had already worked out a plan to take the leftover pizza home with them.

When they discovered one-third of the leftover pizza pie had been eaten, the employees reported Garrison to management, ultimately leading to his firing last November — a month after he ate the food.

Although this is probably not as simple as it sounds, if you are one of the people that reported a fellow employee to the boss for eating pizza, you are a colossal loser.

Fired for Eating Pizza

One thought on “Fired for Eating Pizza

  1. Matt says:

    Of all the workplace nonsense that occurs, a firing over eating leftover pizza? What is the world coming to…

    Maybe I’ll bring some cookies into the office and secretly videotape people taking them from the table. Think of all the blackmail I could accumulate!


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