Happy Christmas everyone
1. Updated – Dec. 16, 2:58, GMT
2. On Sunday evening, the head chef at The Plough in Oxfordshire, England took over the restaurant’s Twitter feed to voice his complaints at being fired.
3. Here are his tweets explaining how he’d been “fired” from his job.
10. The @PloughPub’s tweets then received thousands of retweets. Later Jim just tweeted.
11. He also clarified he didn’t “hack” the account.
BuzzFeed contacted the Plough Pub. They declined to comment on the matter but they did say that they will “take care of it later on.”
13. He has since said that he has been offered a new job, thanks to his tweets.
14. The landlord has also spoken to The Oxford Times with his take of the events.
This afternoon, landlord of the pub Steve Potts, said: “When Jim, as head chef, informed me that he would not be working on Christmas Day, and other Sundays in the near future, I was left with little choice but to end our arrangement.”
“I had been quite clear with him when he started here in October that Sundays are our busiest days of the week, and that all our chefs have to work that day.”