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Ohio Burger King worker fired for bathing in sink


Ohio Burger King worker fired for bathing in sink

XENIA, Ohio - Burger King Corp. said Tuesday it had parted ways with an employee who was recorded taking a soapy bath in a utility sink in one of its restaurants in a video that ended up on his MySpace page.

The nearly four-minute video, which was posted online Thursday, shows the man taking the bath to celebrate his birthday. In the video, shot by another worker, the employee refers to himself only as "Mr. Unstable" and appears to be naked.

Timothy Tackett, 25, told WDTN-TV in Dayton that he is the sink-bather and that he made the video for his MySpace page. The video had been removed by Tuesday night.

Tackett said he regretted taking the bath because it led to the firing of the employee who did the recording, as well as the restaurant's shift manager.

Burger King spokeswoman Denise Wilson said earlier Tuesday that two employees involved in the incident were fired and a third quit. She declined to identify the employees or say whether the man who took the bath quit or was fired. Tackett said he was fired.

A message left by The Associated Press for a Timothy Tackett in Centerburg was not immediately returned.

Greene County Health Commissioner Mark McDonnell said he dispatched an inspector to the restaurant, but workers had already sterilized the sink, which is used to clean large pieces of equipment.

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emilygComment by emilyg - August 13, 2008, 2:10 pm
Not a bright person.
justxploringComment by justxploring - August 13, 2008, 6:33 pm
I agree, Emily. Today is an age of video, where everyone wants to be famous for a day. (Look at the cheerleaders who attacked another girl!) What about those photos of that nutcase Casey Anthony bumping & grinding another young woman at a club a few days after her daughter disappeared? I guess we've turned into a "look at me" society. In the 60s Andy Warhol said "In the future, everyone will be world-famous for 15 minutes. I guess MySpace is helping accomplish this goal!

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