Wendy's Fires Employees Over a Viral Video of Someone Bathing in Sink

Wendy's Fires Employees Over a Viral Video of Someone Bathing in Sink

The video which caught many by surprise and disgust, soon went viral prompting the restaurant to take action and fire the employee. According to Fox 4, Wendy's has a major public relations crisis in their hands after some Wendy's employees in MI went viral for bathing in the kitchen sink, recording it and then uploading it to Facebook!

An employee who was caught bathing in an industrial sink at a Wendy's restaurant in MI was sacked after the video of his act went viral.

According to media reports, the man was an employee at Wendy's in Michigan, US. In the video, a young man is seen getting in the restaurant's oversized kitchen sink while another man who is seen wearing Wendy's uniform can be heard saying, "Wash yourself".

Somerfield shared it on Facebook with the caption, "So yeah, I'm just going to inform everybody right now DONT NOT VISIT THE GREENVILLE WENDYS".

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"It feels like a hot tub", the man responds as he scrubs himself in soapy water.

The spokesperson noted the Greenville Wendy's location was re-opened Tuesday after conditions were deemed safe and clean for employees and customers. "I'm just enjoying life, boss".

As the video went viral, people questioned the restaurant's hygiene and flooded the social media with their reactions. "Upon learning of this situation, all employees in the video were terminated immediately and the restaurant was completely sanitized", Christian Camp, vice president of the company's human resources team, said in a statement provided to TODAY.

"I work at a restaurant, Where was the manager? Disgusting, needs to be fired, manager too!" requested one person.

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