Young man quits Maccas job during the middle of his shift after being asked to clean a sink full of dirty dishes – leaving the manager FUMING
- McDonalds worker quits in middle of of his shift after being asked to wash up
- Sparked anger after he refused to clean a sink piled high with grills and fryers
- Footage of the incident has attracted millions of views and divided the internet
A young Mcdonald’s crew member has shocked his colleagues by walking out on the job in the middle of his shift after being asked to clean greasy cooking equipment.
The viral incident filmed at a New Zealand fast food restaurant has divided the internet after footage was posted on TikTok.
The video of the abrupt walk-out begins with footage of a sink piled high with grills and fryers after the young worker was told to roll up his sleeves and start scrubbing.
‘Hell no, I am not cleaning that, I ain’t cleaning that,’ he said.
‘Actually, I quit!’
His angry manager can be heard yelling at him as bewildered workers beg him to stay.
A woman frustrated by her colleague’s shock exit can be seen waving her arms in exasperation.
‘No! Get back here!’ the manager is heard screaming.
A colleague added: ‘Oh, f*** that!’
The young worker stands his ground and walks out.
‘I quit, I’m leaving Maccas. See you on the flip side b*****!’ he said.
The footage has gone viral and racked up more than 1.4 million views within 12 hours of being shared.
Exasperated staff begged the young McDonalds crew member to stay as he quit his job in the middle of a shift after being ordered to wash up
‘They really thought I was going to clean that,’ the crew member captioned the video, which sparked a divided response from viewers.
‘I work at McDonald’s, I feel u,’ one viewer commented.
But many had little sympathy and didn’t believe the job was as bad as the Maccas crew member made it out to be.
‘Not even that bad it’s like 20 mins of work,’ one viewer wrote.
Another added: ‘ Kids don’t wanna work, lazy as hell.’
Others said they would have happily completed the job without complaints.
‘I loved dishes so much, it meant I didn’t have to work on orders,’ one wrote.
McDonald’s has 10,000 staff at 170 restaurants across New Zealand.
A sink piled with dirty grills and fryers (pictured) prompted the shock resignation