Wendy’s employee fired after video shows him bathing in kitchen sink, company says

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A Florida Wendy’s employee caught on camera taking a bath in the sink has been fired, according to officials.

In a statement, the director of marketing explains that the incident was a prank and totally unacceptable. They go on to mention that the employee did not use good judgment.

A woman posted a video on Facebook of what a Wendy’s employee taking a bath in the sink.

In the minute-long video, the young man is shirtless and barefoot in the kitchen before climbing into the sink full of soapy suds.

“Go, go go go, oh s***,” a person says in the background, apparently encouraging the act.

The person who posted the video says it happened at the Wendy’s in Milton, Florida. 

“How’s it feel?” someone asks the young man in the video.

“It’s warm,” he replies as several people in Wendy’s uniforms stand by and record it on their cell phones.

“Wash your armpits, ooh yeah ooh,” the voice behind the camera says as the young man did just that, grinning the whole time.

The person behind the camera then says “let’s see them toes, let’s see them toes,” the camera momentarily flips to selfie mode to show the face of another person who appears to be in a Wendy’s uniform. 

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