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New Zealand McDonald’s staffer quits mid-shift after being asked to clean sink full of dirty dishes

An employee of a New Zealand McDonald’s outlet quit mid-shift after being asked to clean a sink full of dirty dishes.

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A video of the incident has gone viral on the internet after it was posted on TikTok.

By India Today Web Desk: An employee of a New Zealand McDonald’s outlet quit mid-shift after being asked to clean a sink full of dirty dishes, reported the Daily Mail. A video of the incident has gone viral on the internet after it was posted on TikTok.

The video of the abrupt walk-out begins with footage of a sink piled high with grills and fryers after the young worker was told to roll up his sleeves and start scrubbing.

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"Hell no, I am not cleaning that, I ain't cleaning that,' he replied, adding, "Actually, I quit!'

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His angry manager can be heard yelling at him as confused workers beg him to stay. A woman frustrated by her colleague's shocking exit can be seen waving her arms in exasperation.

"No! Get back here!' the manager is heard screaming. A colleague added: 'Oh, f*** that!'

The young worker stands his ground and walks out. "I quit, I'm leaving Maccas. See you on the flip side b*****!' he said. The footage is being widely shared and has gathered more than 1.4 million views within 12 hours of being shared.

“They really thought I was going to clean that,: the crew member captioned the video, which sparked a divided response from viewers.

However, not everyone came out in support of the crew member. Some opposed his move, expressing it was not a tough job. McDonald's has 10,000 staff at 170 restaurants across New Zealand.