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This is a Nearly FML. It’s an FML, nearly. It got positive votes from the users, by wasn’t approved by our team.
By "Evan Swaney" / Saturday 2 March 2019 18:00 /
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By  davidfong  |  14

I hope both of you got fired. Work is not a place to play jokes. Just because they did stupid things on the office doesn’t mean you should do stupid things at your job.
Whatever happen to you as a result, you got what you deserved.

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By  davidfong  |  14

I hope both of you got fired. Work is not a place to play jokes. Just because they did stupid things on the office doesn’t mean you should do stupid things at your job.
Whatever happen to you as a result, you got what you deserved.

By  KnightToucan  |  15

I understand that work isn't the place to play jokes n all, and not everyone is a fan of hot stuff, but how in the hell does OP playing a not very harmful prank on a coworker make it okay for him to be strangled to the point of passing out??? not trying to defend the OP or anything, but that seems like a waaaaay overreaction!

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  WeirdUS  |  27

If had an alergy it could've been horrible and I'm guessing they also had no tolerance for spice. After everything online and in media dont spike someones food.

By  Chazzster  |  20

OP you are an idiot pulling a juvenile prank like that at work. It’s your own fault - You can never be sure how people will respond to pranks and surprises. It could have been worse. Pranks have no place in a job or place of business. I hope you learned your lesson.

By  Phil  |  13

Okay this could have been much worse Some people are allergic to hot peppers. But strangling someone to the point of blacking out is beyond the pale. OP at the very least I would have suspended you without pay for at least a week. But I would have probably fired the other one. Harmless pranks are one thing, such as zip tying their locker shut; no harm done. But to put something in someone's food, or drink, that could potentially cause real harm.