Young man quits Macca’s job mid-shift after being asked to clean a sink full of dirty dishes – leaving the manager DRIVING
- McDonalds employee quits mid-shift after being asked to wash dishes
- Sparked anger after refusing to clean a sink filled with grills and deep fryers
- Footage of the incident has been viewed millions of times and has divided the internet
A young member of the McDonald’s crew has shocked his colleagues by taking to the job in the middle of his shift after being asked to clean greasy cooking equipment.
The viral incident, filmed at a fast food restaurant in New Zealand, has divided the internet after footage was posted to TikTok.
The video of the abrupt outage begins with footage of a sink full of grills and fryers after the young worker was told to roll up his sleeves and start scrubbing.
“Hell no, I’m not cleaning that, I’m not cleaning that,” he said.
“Actually, I quit!”
His angry manager is heard yelling at him as stunned workers beg him to stay.
You see a woman, frustrated by her colleague’s shock exit, waving her arms in annoyance.
‘No! Come back here!’ the manager is heard screaming.
A colleague added: “Oh, f*** that!”
The young worker holds his ground and walks out.
‘I’ll stop, I’m leaving Maccas. See you on the other side b*****!’ he said.
The footage has gone viral and has been viewed more than 1.4 million times within 12 hours of being shared.
Annoyed staff begged young McDonalds crew member to stay as he quit his job in the middle of a shift after being told to wash up
“They really thought I was going to clean that up,” the crew member captioned the video, prompting a divided reaction from viewers.
“I work at McDonald’s, I feel you,” 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 too bad, it’s about a 20 minute job,” one viewer wrote.
Another added: “Children don’t want to work, lazy as hell.”
Others said they would like the job completed with no complaints.
“I loved dishes so much, it meant I didn’t have to work to order,” one wrote.
McDonald’s has 10,000 employees in 170 restaurants across New Zealand.
A sink full of dirty grills and deep fryers (pictured) led to the shocked resignation