It is unclear if the man in the sink was an employee at the restaurant. Now, an employee of a fast-food chain has made the headlines for taking it way too seriously.
An employee of the Wendy's in Greenville, Michigan was videotaped taking a bubble bath in the restaurant's Power Soak sink.
In the 23-second video, the individual is sitting in a sink filled with water and isn't wearing a shirt.
The clip was initially shared on TikTok by a user @paulkash2 with the caption "Almost got fired for this shit". According to Fox 4, Wendy's has a major public relations crisis in their hands after some Wendy's employees in MI went viral for bathing in the kitchen sink, recording it and then uploading it to Facebook!
The footage which was shared by Facebook user Connor Somerfield shows the man laughing and scrubbing himself, saying, "It feels like a hot tub. I'm just enjoying life, boss", the shirtless bathing man is heard while enjoying his bath.
Roommates, some things that you simply can not see at the United Nations and this video of a Wendy employee bathing in the kitchen sink is one of them. Today News reports that he, and other employees, were fired for the stunt.
Human resources then released a statement that read "This egregious behavior is completely unacceptable and counter to our safety, training and operational standards. We've taken the appropriate steps to make sure this doesn't happen again".
In the video, a person is seen getting within the restaurant's outsized kitchen sink and one other man, carrying a Wendy's uniform, is seen throwing one thing into the sink and saying: "Wash yourself!"
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