Quitting a job can be as simple as walking out a door, or as complicated as the stifling bureaucracy modern work relies on. But for the redditor ineedatinylama, it meant talking to the police and defending himself against an ex-boss who wanted him arrested.
Posting in the infamous anti-capitalist subreddit r/antiwork, ineedatinylama tells a story from 2008 in which he quit a job as a cashier in a butcher's shop. His boss's subsequent negligence likely cost the store $30,000.
The post now has 22 thousand upvotes, showing just how much people love a good bad-boss story. If you like it, check out this story about an employee sabotaging a bad boss by working his scheduled hours.