Five weirdest stories of job hate
Sometimes, people get revenge on their workplace -- and sometimes their workplace gets revenge on them. We're not sure which of these descriptions best fits a man's bizarre car crash into the Boulder restaurant where he worked on Monday -- more on that below. But it got us thinking about other stories of employees who said goodbye to their job in memorable ways. Check out our favorites below, complete with links to previous coverage.
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Number 5: "Jennifer Gomes, PE teacher, allegedly left bomb threat because she didn't want to be at school."
It's a temptation pretty much every student has felt -- the urge to make a bomb threat because of an impending test or an awful assignment or the feeling that there was something more important to do than go to school.
Example: In 2011, someone put a note on the door of Escuela de Guadalupe School reading, "There is a bomb inside."
The twist? The person accused was Jennifer Gomes, the school's P.E. teacher. She later admitting to doing so to police, because she wasn't that into going to work that day.
We've been there, Jennifer. But most of us sucked it up and went anyway.
Continue to keep counting down our five weirdest stories of work revenge.