That's exactly what happened to Andreas Flatens, who quit his job at A OK Walker Luxury Auto Shop because of the toxic work environment created by its owner, Miles Walker. He claims Walker then left his final paycheck of $1,000 (that's 100,000 pennies) in front of his home in pennies covered in some oily substance.
"May I ask you at all about the pennies? Do you know anything about them?" asked CBS46 reporter Jamie Kennedy.
"I know tons about it, what's wrong with it?" said Walker.
"So, you did drop the pennies over at that person's house?" asked Jamie.
"I don't know if I did that or not, I don't really remember," said Walker.
"You don't know if you did it or not?" asked Jamie.
"It doesn't matter he got paid, that's all that matters, he's a f*****g weenie for even bringing it up," said Walker.
If you pay an employee by dumping a huge pile of oily pennies in his driveway, and then slander him to the press when he complains about it, you might be the worst employer of 2021.