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This Man's Hilarious Tweets About His Co-Worker's Stolen Lunch Will Make You Feel Like You're On An Episode Of Law And Order

By nadine / dimanche 1 avril 2018 10:00
In the office setting, it's every man for himself. Protect your lunch at all costs.

Zak Toscani, a man who works for a Post Production company took to Twitter a few days ago to describe a crime that he witnessed in his workplace: a crime of stolen shrimp fried rice. The culprit in question did not even eat the rice, but instead, simply threw it away in cold blood.

"Maybe she doesn't know she did it. Either way, I'm now forced to work 40hrs a week next to a cold blooded individual."

I'm not sure if Zak Toscani's job has anything to do with writing, but if it doesn't his talent is going to waste. He vividly sets the scene of the office and the horrific crime that occured on that day, March 29th, 2018. Read below for the full details on the crime.

 

Zak, you are in our thoughts. We are hoping no one else has to suffer from this woman's cold blooded ruthlessness. May all your future lunches  be safe.

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By  Zekfen  |  15

I wouldn’t have had HR do anything but for damn sure I would have confronted her over it. He should have sent her the bill for it also on principle. She shouldn’t have gotten an expensive drink on their date....oops, wrong story!

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By  Zekfen  |  15

I wouldn’t have had HR do anything but for damn sure I would have confronted her over it. He should have sent her the bill for it also on principle. She shouldn’t have gotten an expensive drink on their date....oops, wrong story!

By  yeongji  |  29

"Oh, it was your lunch?" - It seems like she thought it was hers or someone else's from a previous day (now rotten), or she thought it belonged to someone she has a grudge against (which in this case, could be said victim). If not, she has some loose screws.

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