Bartender quits job in text to boss after he’s told to not drink on day off

When it comes to handing in your resignation letter, you might want to keep it professional.

Some on the other hand, like to go out in fashion, especially when their manager hasn't been nice.

One fella has just gone viral after a screenshot of his notice left many social media users in stitches.

Funnily enough many people were on his side as users were shocked that his boss contacted him at 3am about work.

In a message sent at 2:59am, his boss said: "I need you to come in 11am-10pm today, we have an event scheduled and one bartender."

At first, the man replied politely, reminding his boss that it was his day off tomorrow so he couldn't work.

But his boss urged him to "be a team player" saying: "It's not all about you."

The man replied: "Why are you just now telling me at 3am that you need me to work 11 hours tomorrow?

"I've had a few drinks and I don't feel like coming into work hungover and working for that long on my day off."

His boss hit back, telling him that "getting too drunk is not a good look".

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And the lad didn't leave it there either as he replied: "You're telling the bartender not to drink on his time off?

"Wanna tell the chefs not to eat off the clock too?" with a laughing emoji.

He then points out that he might have been able to work the shift if the boss contacted at a reasonable hour.

But his boss didn't like it, so instead warned him about his attitude.

The bartender wasn't having any of it, so he quit and his manager panicked instantly.

He wrote: "Bartenders are needed all over the place now.

"I think I'll just go work at one of the dozens of places hiring around here. I'm fed up with you."

And when his boss told him that he'd regret it, he simply replied: "Eat my a**."

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The messages quickly went viral when they were shared on Reddit.

One wrote: "If they want people to stay ready for work they should pay them for that availability."

Another added: "He asked and you said no.

"He has absolutely no right telling you how you should conduct yourself when you're not at work."

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