I started working in a shop famous pottery Street home about five months ago. A colleague and I were bored one day, so we decided to put photos on page 3 topless models on display empty frames in the department of home furnishing. The store has complaints, but did not know who did it. However, they noted the store CCTV footage and saw me and my friend put them in. It was just an innocent joke, but now the two have been dismissed. Do you think that's fair. After looking around, I learned – Pranks are immature. And it is immature to think that you acted immature and are also being "relieved" of any part of the responsibility and the consequences of being fired. Sorry. It was just. Now. . Learn your lesson, grow, and find another job where you can have a new beginning. Have a day polite. The label takes over where laws end.
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