Walmart Teen's F-Bomb Laden Resignation On Loud Speaker
A teenage employee used Walmart's store intercom to not only quit, but bag out the company and its managers along the way.
A resignation letter wasn't enough for 17-year-old Jackson Racicot, a (now former) employee at the Grande Prairie store in Alberta, Canada.
He instead took to the store's intercom to address all shoppers, colleagues and management -- and his message was loud and clear.
"I've been a loyal employee here for over a year-and-a-half, and I'm sick of all the bulls--t, bogus write-ups, and my job," he said in a video posted to Facebook.
He claimed the store's management didn't care about the employees before outing his boss, an assistant manager, for calling him a "waste of time".
The rant ended with a bang.
"F**k management, f**k this job and f**k Walmart," he said before slamming down the phone.
So obviously, the video has gone viral.
As of time of writing, the video posted on Facebook has notched nearly 200,000 views, 2000 shares and a whole heap of comments.
One user labelled Racicot the "idiot's hero", another said she wished she had the guts to make an exit like that while others claimed the teen simply went too far.
As for Walmart, the company has issued a statement.
"We are aware of the video circulating online and are disappointed by this incident. Respect for all individuals including our associates and customers is a core value at Walmart," it said.
"We are looking into this matter and will address it internally as required.