For weeks, a former employee of a restaurant in Dublin (Ireland) has been struggling to collect his last paycheck after leaving his job. Late payment of fees at the university where he studied.
Until the old (and grumpy) boss decided to honor the commitment: He left a bucket of mayonnaise (without the product) at the door of Ryan Keogh’s house for thousands of 5 cents.
The “Daily Star” said the bucket weighed about 30 kilos.
Ryan posted on Twitter a conversation he had with his former boss. In it, the Irishman insisted that he receive the money.
“I’ll get every penny for you on Tuesday,” replied the former boss, adding if he could pay with cash because he didn’t have Rian’s bank account details to deposit.
The story recalls the case of Andreas Flatten, which occurred in March. Dissatisfied with Andreas’ resignation, his former boss at a mechanic’s shop in Fayetteville (Georgia, USA) decided to take revenge: pay the mechanic’s last owed salary ($915), or R$5,189, for 15 working days) for only 1 cent coins. All of them are smeared with fat. There were at least 91,500 coins!
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