A day after he uploaded the clip, he commented: “My boss is asking me to remove this video”.
Five days ago, he wrote: “It’s been a week and I’ve been dismissed for gross misconduct and disrepute. Definitely caused some damage lol.”
A day after the original upload, he shared a clip titled: “Nearly got sacked”.
In it, he said his store manager wasn’t pleased with the swearing in his original video.
And eventually, he was officially sacked.
In a clip uploaded four days ago, he said: “Yep I got sacked and now I am worried about how I am going to pay my rent in a week.
“It was disrepute and policy breaking that I lost my job for and you were all right saying I was going to lose my job.”
He also alleged that the company told him he didn’t “care enough” about the situation.
He continued: “It’s not a big deal, like they are a multi-billion pound company and they care about a single video.
“Yep you were all right about me losing my job, well done, f*** yourself. Now I am going to apply for new jobs.”
In a statement to Indy100, a Sainsbury’s spokesperson said: “We are unable to discuss individual colleague cases. Any decision to review a colleague’s employment is not taken lightly and based on a range of factors.
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