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Fedex Driver drinking on the job

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Athens, Georgia, United States #1254036

He's not driving in this photo, so what makes you think he's on the job? Also, do you have permission to take his photo and put it on the internet?

No? That's actually illegal!

Muncie, Indiana, United States #1253426

What did you say to him? Oh, let me guess!


Anyway, his job is (apparently) driving for FedEx.

What about this means he is drinking on the job? He could have just gotten off work.

to off***sumer***ed Charlotte, North Carolina, United States #1253557

This is true but no one should wear their large company logo when out drinking or exuding any unsavory behavior that is displayed or connected to the large company. At least take the clothing with the logo off before you start doing anything that may associate your company with your personal behavior

to Anonymous Muncie, Indiana, United States #1254009

Large company logo? Lol.

You can barely even see it. Anyway, it's probably a fair point that he should have changed shirts. But, this gentleman was lunch or dinner with an adult beverage.

Nothing illegal or immoral about that. Certainly not "unsavory behavior." Just be real: You saw a black man and wanted to degrade him somehow.

Atlanta, Georgia, United States #1253397

That's a darn shame but not surprising at all, considering and rather explains the horrible customer service and attitudes. They need to do better screening of the people they hire this is unexceptable. Why would Fedex think that this is exceprable behavior for the brand that they are trying to portray, I really this employee gets reprimanded for his blatant behavior

to Anonymous Muncie, Indiana, United States #1253425

"They need to do better screening of the people they hire this is unexceptable."

This site needs to do a better job of screening as well. Only allow comments from people that understand words.

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