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Cody Hidalgo shared handles of the meme he had posted and the conversation he had with Roman Stone Works management on Facebook on October 20

Man claims that he was fired from brick factory job after calling a meme from Elmo at & # 39; operating time & # 39; – before admitting later that he had stopped due to & # 39; bad blood & # 39; and offensive texts from his boss

  • Cody Hidalgo shared handles of the meme he had posted and the conversation he had with Roman Stone Works management on Facebook on October 20
  • The meme contains Elmo in the jar and contains the words & # 39; Boss makes a dollar, I earn a dime. That's why I poop, at operating time & # 39;
  • The 23-year-old also shared a copy of the text messages that his boss – named Andy – sent him a few hours after sharing the meme
  • According to Roman Stone Works, all employees must pay attention to what they post on social media
  • They explained that Hidalgo was not fired and added that he came to work two days after the Facebook post was initially posted
  • Hidalgo confirmed that he was going to work because he was not entirely sure whether he had been fired
  • He stopped a few days later
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Cody Hidalgo shared handles of the meme he had posted and the conversation he had with Roman Stone Works management on Facebook on October 20

Cody Hidalgo shared handles of the meme he had posted and the conversation he had with Roman Stone Works management on Facebook on October 20

A man from Michigan claimed he was fired because he placed an Elmo meme that showed the popular Sesame Street character on the toilet during & # 39; operating time & # 39 ;.

Cody Hidalgo shared a selection of the meme he had posted and the conversation he had with the management of Roman Stone Works on 20 October with Facebook.

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The meme contains Elmo in the jar and contains the words & # 39; Boss makes a dollar, I earn a dime. That's why I poop on business time. & # 39;

But with the meme, the 23-year-old shared a copy of the text messages that his boss – named Andy – sent him a few hours after sharing the meme.

& # 39; We do not earn a dollar if you are busy all the time. Why don't you stay at home and do sh ***** g, & # 39; the boss – identified as Andy – told Hidalgo in the text. & # 39; I don't like to play your bull *** games. Maybe there is a company that would tolerate your games, because I don't. Good luck!

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The meme contains Elmo in the jar and contains the words & # 39; Boss makes a dollar, I earn a dime. That's why I poop, at operating time & # 39;

The meme contains Elmo in the jar and contains the words & # 39; Boss makes a dollar, I earn a dime. That's why I poop, at operating time & # 39;

The meme contains Elmo in the jar and contains the words & # 39; Boss makes a dollar, I earn a dime. That's why I poop, at operating time & # 39;

In the exchange, Hidalgo expresses his confusion about hostility until he is told that the issue is something on his & # 39; Facebook page & # 39; used to be.

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The resident of New Boston, Michigan then informs management that the meme was shared on Sunday when he was not working.

& # 39; You made it work on a Sunday, & # 39; Andy replies. Hidago sends three follow-up texts, but there seems to be no answer.

According to Roman Stone Works, all employees must pay attention to what they post on social media. They explained it W X Y Z that Hidalgo was not fired, stating that he came to work two days after the Facebook post was initially posted.

But with the meme, the 23-year-old shared a copy of the text messages that his boss - named Andy - sent him a few hours after he had posted the meme

But with the meme, the 23-year-old shared a copy of the text messages that his boss - named Andy - sent him a few hours after he had posted the meme

But with the meme, the 23-year-old shared a copy of the text messages that his boss – named Andy – sent him a few hours after he had posted the meme

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Hidalgo confirmed that he was going to work because he was not entirely sure whether he had been fired. He stopped a few days later.

& # 39; With the bad blood I didn't want to work there anymore, & # 39; he added.

Jan Jeffrey Rubinstein, Esq. from law firm The Rubinstein, represents Roman Stone Works and refers to Hidalgo as a & # 39; employee for the short term & # 39 ;.

& # 39; Hidalgo left work on Wednesday, October 23, on his own initiative and about his manager's objection, & the statement added. & # 39; Roman Stoneworks and his officers wanted to keep Mr. Hidalgo in service to fulfill his duties. He left a running job and that ended his employment with Roman Stoneworks.

Jan Jeffrey Rubinstein, Esq. from law firm The Rubinstein, represents Roman Stone Works and refers to Hidalgo as a & # 39; employee for the short term & # 39 ;. They added that he has the & # 39; false claim & # 39; operated

Jan Jeffrey Rubinstein, Esq. from law firm The Rubinstein, represents Roman Stone Works and refers to Hidalgo as a & # 39; employee for the short term & # 39 ;. They added that he has the & # 39; false claim & # 39; operated

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Jan Jeffrey Rubinstein, Esq. from law firm The Rubinstein, represents Roman Stone Works and refers to Hidalgo as a & # 39; employee for the short term & # 39 ;. They added that he has the & # 39; false claim & # 39; operated

Hidalgo is waiting for the response from another job interview and hopes that the entire ordeal will simply go away

Hidalgo is waiting for the response from another job interview and hopes that the entire ordeal will simply go away

Hidalgo is waiting for the response from another job interview and hopes that the entire ordeal will simply go away

& # 39; Unfortunately, this person, who has been in service for less than 2 months, is now trying to exploit the publicity that created this false claim. He started a Gofundme page to try and cash in on his new exposure. In the meantime, Roman Stoneworks and the owner and staff have been exposed to significant financial damage, threats, blasphemy, and harassment via telephone and email. Due to the backlash of these false claims, my client's web page had to be removed and the people involved were flooded with phone calls and emails.

& # 39; If Mr. Hidalgo chooses to tell the truth to all people who have now heard his false claims, the issue may be resolved amicably. Unfortunately this does not seem to be the route chosen by this person. My customers have suffered unnecessarily based on these allegations. & # 39;

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A GoFundMe made by Hidalgo has just collected $ 10 from its 1,000 goals.

Hidalgo is waiting for the response from another job interview and hopes that the entire ordeal will simply go away.

& # 39; I never meant for people to blow it up like that or spam their company or blasphem their name & # 39 ;, Hidalgo explained.

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