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Facebook brought the whole world at one place where we can meet new people from different cities & countries. At Facebook, we we can explore many things. These include weird, different, funny and shocking. We can browse Facebook and connect with our best friends, no matter how far they stay from you.
But, have you ever thought that anyone can lose their job just because he/she was using Facebook? I guess No. So, here are some people who were Fired just because they confessed their frustation through their posts !
We warn you to think twice before you vent your frustration on Facebook.
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22-year-old North Carolina waitress Ashley Johnson bombed two customers on Facebook for cheating her on the tip and making her wait. She also took the time to mention her workplace by name. She was fired for breaking a rule about expressing her frustation against customers
A British woman serving jury duty posted details regarding a case she was working on. She wrote, "I don't know which way to go, so I'm holding a poll." This post resulted into immediate dismissal from the Jury.
Caitlin Davis was fired as a cheer-leaders for the New England Patriots when a pic of her circulated on Facebook. She appears next to a passed-out party goer who's been covered with dick symbols, swastikas, and the phrase "I'm a Jew." She also has a marker in her hand when the pic was taken. Sad.
A woman called out of work at National Suisse in Switzerland complaining of migraines and saying she needed to work in a darkened room at home. She stayed home, and when her Facebook activity started showing up with her friends in News feed , she was promptly fired for doing so. .
Great Western Hospital staff in Swindon, Wiltshire, England were suspended for participating in "The Lying Down on the Job Game," where people took photos of themselves lying face-down at work. The staff were lying on the hospital's floors, resuscitation tables, and even on the terrace.
Andrew Kurtz was a pierogi mascot for the Pittsburgh Pirates until one of his Facebook posts, pointing at the team's owner and managers, got some negative feedback: "Coonelly extended the contracts of Russell and Huntington through the 2011 season. That means a 19-straight losing streak. Way to go Pirates." He was suspended the next day.
13 Virgin Airlines crew members were fired after publicly discussing the atmosphere of their job on Facebook. They shared the number of times that certain airplane engines had been replaced and that the cabins were infested with cockroaches. It was certainly terrifying .
A Charlotte-Mecklenburg school's teacher faces firing for posting disrespectful comments about students on Facebook.
After calling Kate Middleton a series of epithets on Facebook, a Buckingham Palace guard has lost his chance to work the wedding of the century. He reportedly wrote, "hur and william drove past me on friday n all a got was a sh*tty wave while she looked the opposite way from me, stupid stuck up cow am a not good enough for them! posh b**** am totally with u on this 1 who reely gives a f*** about her"
Bronx high school teacher Chadwin Reynolds got fired for being creepy to his students on Facebook. He posted "This is sexy" under pictures they shared. She was fired next day.
Ashley Payne was asked & forced to resign from her teaching job after posting this picture to Facebook. She is currently fighting to get her job back.
Nathalie Blanchard had been living off of disability insurance for depression since 2008. But when Manulife, the Canadian insurance company making the payments, got into her Facebook page, they saw her "relaxing at the beach, hanging out at a Chippendale's-style club, and generally having a lot of fun." She immediately lost her insurance benefits.
She posted this & her boss saw the post. Now you can guess what happens next?
The day after a 6th grader died during a field trip to the beach, 15-year teaching veteran Christine Rubio posted the following to her Facebook profile: 'After today, I'm thinking the beach is a good trip for my class. I hate their guts.'
Sister Maria Jesus Galan was asked to leave the Santo Domingo el Real convent in Toledo, Spain, because she was spending too much time on Facebook. Fellow nuns said that her Facebook activity This all after she used the computer to digitize the convent archives and help handle banking over the Internet.
Tania Dickinson worked at the New Zealand Social Development Ministry posted on her Facebook, a very expensive paperweight made of gold. She was fired.