Knight, 28, managed The Plough’s, the pub he was fired from, Twitter feed and used it to post comments about his firing. His Twitter revenge included a series of Tweets that could be viewed as heartless posts by the pub, reports BBC News.
The stream of Tweets read as such.
We’d like to inform you that we’ve just fired our head chef. Unfortunately he wanted to have a weekend off this month and Christmas Day this year for family commitments so we thought we’d sack him. Yeah a week before Christmas! We don’t care that he has a 7 1/2 month old baby daughter. So anyway come on down and continue to pay a premium for Australian sirloins, New Zealand lamb and everything else that is bought from Asda.
Kingt’s Twitter revenge did more for him than just help him blow off some steam. According to CNN, the chef was offered a job after his Twitter revenge went viral.