Sacked head chef belittles Plough pub employer on Twitter

One week before Christmas you would love for your job to be safe, one unlucky employee got the sack but to his advantage he has total access to the pubs Twitter account, and this is where the feed ill feeling hit the fan.

A head chef believed to be Jim Knight, 28 has total access to the @ploughpub Twitter account and after he was sacked he took his revenge out there.

The Plough Pub situated in Oxfordshire has a Twitter account, which now has over 3,000 followers. Knight apparently wanted t have a weekend off and well as Christmas day off this month for family commitments.

Since the chef was sacked some of the tweets he left had followers interested, these tweets can be seen below. In one Tweet Knight said ‘We don’t care that he has a 7 1/2 month old baby daughter.’

The head chef also said he did NOT hack the pubs Twitter account he has full access because he created it himself with permission from his now ex-employers.

The messages shown below have been retweeted so many times and this is why this has become a viral affair. The pub’s landlord (Boss) said that the claim about the pub’s produce was “outrageous and untrue” he stated this after a tweet on the Twitter account said “So anyway come on down and continue to pay a premium for Australian sirloins, New Zealand lamb and everything else that is bought from Asda.”

Judging on what you know so far, do you think it was fair for the head chef to get the sack one week before Christmas?

Source – Sky News

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