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Man Is Fired After Using His Potato Chip Bag To Skip Work And Play Golf

(Image Link) We all want to ditch work every once in a while so we can go out and have some fun, and the more stressful and unrewarding the job the more we dream about bailing on our employer. Some alleviate these urges to bail by taking a sick day, having someone cover their shift so they can spend a day away from the office or cashing in their vacation days. But senior union delegate Tom Colella decided lying was the way to go, so he could spend his days golfing and still get paid.
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