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Chef Fired before Christmas, Uses Restaurant's Twitter to Get Tasty Revenge

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When you're fired one week  before Christmas, with a seven-and-a-half month daughter at home, what are you left do to?  You could give up. You could go down without a fight....

Or, you could get a little revenge 21st century style.

In Oxfordshire, England, ex-head chef Jim Knight of The Plough, was fired for requesting a weekend alone with his family on Christmas. He then  took over the company's Twitter account to make sure the whole world knew about it. Among the many things he writes using The Plough's Twitter, he says, "We'd like to inform you that we've just fired our head chef" and " Unfortunately he wanted to have a weekend off this month and Christmas Day this year for family commitments so we thought we'd sack him." When people accused him of hacking the companies Twitter account, he took to his personal Twitter handle to clear the air:

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With so many stories like this around the holiday season, it's always good to see social media provide a little righteous justice.  If you want to follow Jim Knight's exploits you can do so here.

H/T Eater