A Texas teenager discovered that some tweets carry a cost.
The young woman went on Twitter the day before beginning work at Jet’s Pizza in Mansfield, Texas, and posted an expletive-laced message lamenting the new job.
According to a Feb. 11, 2015, UPI story, “The tweet caught the attention of the franchise owner, who solved [her] problem for her.
“No you don't start that ___ job today! I just fired you! Good luck with your no-money, no-job life!” he tweeted.
The no-longer-employed teen didn’t seem terribly upset about losing her job.
“I got fired over Twitter,” she tweeted.
The manager responded via Twitter (before later removing all his tweets): “Working register, taking phone orders, making subs/salads. Eating free pizza. How hard would that have been?”