What do you get when you combine modern technology with someone with way too much time on their hands at work??
Something very disgusting presumably if you happen to be named Cameron Jankowski.
The Indiana man has been suspended and will be fired according to Taco Bell officials after tweeting a photo of himself urinating on a plate of nachos. Jankowski then asked his followers what he should “pee” on next. He also sent the photo to two other Twitter accounts asking the same question.
Read full story after the jumpBacklash against Jankowski was almost immediate with one Twitter user saying ‘Go kill yourself’.
Jankowski claimed the photograph was a prank and denied serving the urinated dish to a customer. ‘Sorry for disappointing you all, but I didn’t serve those. That’s too f****d hahaha,’ he Tweeted.
Internet users responded by saying Jankowski would be fired, to which he replied: ‘There are no laws saying what you can and cannot p–s upon.’
‘I p–d on them where nobody could see, in private, and I threw them away. There’s literally nothing they can do. Fire me. I don’t care.’
He later went onto his Facebook page and claimed it wasn’t urine flowing onto the nachos but instead just water.
“I poked a hole in the top of a water bottle and filled it with really watered down mountain dew. I took the bottle and the nacho bell to the back utility sink and squeezed the bottle on to the nacho bell, making it look like I was [urinating] on it. My manager was aware that it was not urine and it is all a joke.”
Hacking group Anonymous did not take too kindly to the disturbing image and asked their 140,000 followers to ‘Find This Taco Bell Employee’. The group created a video of Jankowski’s Tweets with a series of photographs of him to shame him.
Taco Bell spokeswoman Amy Kavanaugh told Indiana’s NewsCenter that Jankowski would be fired. ‘As soon as we learned of the situation, we immediately investigated and found the photo was an ill-conceived prank and the food was never served to customers.
‘We find this prank absolutely unacceptable, and we plan to terminate anyone involved and work with authorities to pursue legal action.’