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(9News (Australia))   Being drunk and stealing your boss's car then parking it on train tracks to be hit is no way to go through life, son   (9news.com.au) divider line
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2342 clicks; posted to Main » on 13 Jun 2022 at 7:50 AM (15 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2022-06-13 7:53:40 AM  
Psssh now you tell me...
 
2022-06-13 7:55:14 AM  
FTFA: "A local farmer and his tractor then helped move the Hyundai from the tracks and the train continues on its journey."

Farmers all over the world racking up the points for completing the side missions.
 
2022-06-13 7:55:32 AM  
I think it's safe to say he failed his yearly performance review....
 
2022-06-13 8:01:58 AM  

Weaver95: I think it's safe to say he failed his yearly performance review....


But he maxed out his self-initutive score.
 
2022-06-13 8:02:48 AM  
Was the boss even in it? Way to underachieve.
 
2022-06-13 8:11:32 AM  
acshully, that sounds like a perdy good idear
 
2022-06-13 8:12:13 AM  
I dunno.  Maybe he over heard his boss crabbing about the Hyundai and decided to do him a favor.  Boss is under on his payments, the paints peeling off as is common with the Hyundai.  Maybe he has a hankering for a new car and has no equity for the trade in.

Next ay:  Hey bos.  How was your evening?  Stolen?  Hit by a train, you say?  There still trains?  Wow.  Good thing for gap insurance, amirite?

Is the plural of Hyundai 'hyundai'?  Red squiggle for Hyundais
 
2022-06-13 8:13:14 AM  
I didn't know you could get a license to be drunk.
 
2022-06-13 8:15:42 AM  

BitwiseShift: I didn't know you could get a license to be drunk.


It's required to stay in the painter's union
 
2022-06-13 8:22:07 AM  
Take this truck and crush it.
I ain't workin' here no more.
 
2022-06-13 8:30:30 AM  
Considering they think their job creators doing you a favor.  I have to disagree 🙂
 
2022-06-13 8:32:46 AM  

Harry Freakstorm: I dunno.  Maybe he over heard his boss crabbing about the Hyundai and decided to do him a favor.  Boss is under on his payments, the paints peeling off as is common with the Hyundai.  Maybe he has a hankering for a new car and has no equity for the trade in.

Next ay:  Hey bos.  How was your evening?  Stolen?  Hit by a train, you say?  There still trains?  Wow.  Good thing for gap insurance, amirite?

Is the plural of Hyundai 'hyundai'?  Red squiggle for Hyundais


It's a Korean name, and Korean doesn't have a plural morphology, so Hyundais looks pretty weird.
 
2022-06-13 8:36:36 AM  
A Hyundai?  I'm pretty sure the boss would have just taken the insurance money and got another boring car.  He's lucky the train saw it though.  Believe it or not a car on the tracks can derail a train.
 
2022-06-13 8:43:30 AM  
Yeah, there's probably an enjoyment return on your effort based on how justified the act is, factoring in how big an a-hole the boss is and the type of car you destroy.

That said, leave the Hyundai-driving guy alone.  It's not going well for him, either.

/ I kind of like some Hyundai
 
2022-06-13 8:54:38 AM  

Nana's Vibrator: Yeah, there's probably an enjoyment return on your effort based on how justified the act is, factoring in how big an a-hole the boss is and the type of car you destroy.

That said, leave the Hyundai-driving guy alone.  It's not going well for him, either.

/ I kind of like some Hyundai


A lot of low to mid level managers are just cheap.  I drive a Camry, and one of my workers went out and bought a newer and nicer one... I'm not really a car guy and it suits my needs.  My last bosses' boss drove a 90's Pontiac that was maybe worth a thousand dollars.  He also had a 15 year old truck that he would use when his Pontiac wouldn't start up.  He didn't get rich by letting go of money.
 
2022-06-13 9:04:31 AM  
That's pretty cool that he jumped the tracks the first time. Too bad we don't have video.
 
2022-06-13 9:15:36 AM  
Was that wrong?  Should he not have done that?  They should have told him upfront that was frowned upon because I'm sure he's worked at a lot of places where that happens.
 
2022-06-13 9:50:30 AM  
...or rather GOALS in life...
 
2022-06-13 10:09:33 AM  
Still, credit where it's due for living out one of the greater fantasies of office life....
 
2022-06-13 10:29:10 AM  
No video of the jump, the car didn't get run over, the boss wasn't in the car, no venomous creatures to fend off...

I expect more from you Australia.
 
2022-06-13 10:31:18 AM  
Was he still in his training period?
 
2022-06-13 11:54:42 AM  
A Hyundai? Probably would run better after getting hit by a train.
 
2022-06-13 12:27:13 PM  
Not nearly enough details to know if we should cheer the guy or not. So for some cathartic points:


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2022-06-13 1:18:06 PM  
Drunk driver leaves his boss's car on railroad tracks? And this is Australia and not Wisconsin?
 
2022-06-13 1:51:43 PM  
Epic way to tell boss. F-you I quit.
 
2022-06-13 3:13:35 PM  
I would pay good money for someone to do that to my last boss.

/ might be a profitable line of work for an entrepreneur?
 
2022-06-14 11:53:25 AM  
How did the cops know he was the driver? It wasn't his car, he doesn't even have a license, and left the scene... It's not even clear the employer/boss knew he had taken it.

/good police work there lou
 
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