A Chinese man has been fired from his job after he was caught spending up to six hours a day in the restroom.
The man, identified only by his surname Wang, worked as a sales representative for a company in the city of Shenzhen. He was reportedly spending up to six hours a day in the restroom, and his colleagues became suspicious.
The company’s management decided to investigate, and they installed a camera in the restroom. The footage showed Wang spending long periods of time in the restroom, but he was not actually using the facilities. Instead, he was using the time to browse the internet, play games, and even take naps.
The company fired Wang for his behavior, and he has since filed a lawsuit against the company, claiming that he was unfairly dismissed. However, a court has ruled in favor of the company, saying that Wang’s behavior was a breach of contract.
This is not the first time that someone has been fired for spending too much time in the restroom. In 2016, a woman in the United States was fired from her job after she was caught spending up to three hours a day in the restroom. She claimed that she had a medical condition that required her to use the restroom frequently, but her employer did not believe her.
It is important to note that there are legitimate reasons why someone might need to spend a lot of time in the restroom. For example, people with medical conditions such as Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis may need to use the restroom more frequently than others. However, if someone is spending an excessive amount of time in the restroom, it is likely that they are not using the time for its intended purpose. If you are concerned that a coworker or employee is spending too much time in the restroom, it is important to talk to them about it. If their behavior is affecting their work performance, you may need to take disciplinary action.