Restaurant Worker Fired For Bathing In Kitchen Sink | Viral Video


A video of a restaurant employee taking a bath in the kitchen sink went viral shortly after it was published online.

According to media reports, the man was an employee of the American fast-food chain Wendy’s in Michigan, in the United States. Today, News reports that he and other employees were fired for the action. A man name Connor Somerfield shared the video on Facebook with the caption: “So yeah I’m just gonna tell everyone right now…Do not go to the Greenville Wendy’s. This is disgusting.”

The video was originally posted on TikTok by user @ paulkash2, then shared on Facebook, where it quickly went viral.

In the video, the man is seen entering the sink of the large restaurant’s kitchen while another man, dressed in Wendy’s uniform, is thrown into the sink and says: “Wash yourself!”

“It looks like a hot tub,” the man replied, rubbing with soapy water. “I just enjoy life,” he added, while listening to others laugh.

I was shocked to see this news, can’t even imagine. Please don’t try at home Caution!!! 😜

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