You can wave goodbye to the free pizza

Here’s a question for you – if you’ve just been lucky enough to get a new job, can you think of one thing that you should NOT do?

pizzaA lady by the name of Cella has just found out the answer to that question the hard way.

She had just been offered a job at Jet’s Pizza in Texas, America and had accepted it. She was due to start the following day but in the evening before her first day at the pizza parlour she posted on Twitter “Ew I start this f*** a** job tomorrow”.

Unfortunately for her the tweet was noticed by an employee of the pizza parlour and he told the owner of the restaurant about it.

The owner, a gentleman by the name of Robert Waple then tweeted at her “And… no you don’t start that FA job today! I just fired you! Good luck with your no money, no job life!”

The twitter exchange became an online hit and has been retweeted nearly 4,000 times.

A valuable lesson for Cella as apparently the job would have involved working the till, taking phone orders, making sandwiches and salads and importantly eating free pizza.

In summary, she was sacked before she started due to her tweet and now she’s missing out on her salary and free pizza!

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