As you can see, a sign at a Burger King reading “we all quit” has gone viral after fed-up employees walked out with a very public goodbye.
Former employees said they were unhappy with upper management at the Lincoln, Nebraska, fast-food joint when they put up the sign on Saturday.
The sign read, “WE ALL QUIT – SORRY FOR THE INCONVENIENCE.”
Former general manager Rachael Flores told KLKN that she and eight other employees had already put in their two weeks notice when the sign went up.
They meant it as harmless fun, Flores said, and did not expect the sign to go viral.