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Jilted Dallas Sonic Employee Punches Computer, Threatens Boss After Getting The Ax

Well, that’s one way to handle being fired. To be sure, being fired sucks. But one former carhop took it a little too far after he was fired from a Dallas Sonic Drive-In earlier this week. The Dallas Morning News reports that 24-year-old Jeremy Hunt was fired from the Sonic Drive-In at 3700 Illinois Ave earlier this week after being accused of theft. When he was confronted with the accusation, Hunt was obviously not pleased with being given his walking papers.
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