Shop owner faces a lawsuit after dumping 90,000 pennies in an employee’s driveway

Shop owner faces a lawsuit after dumping 90,000 pennies in an employee’s driveway

January 7, 2022 0

What happened:

An auto repair shop owner in Georgia was sued after he dumped 90,000 oil-covered pennies at a former employee’s driveway. In 2021, the former employee had alleged that he was not paid and left the auto-repair shop after a dispute. Georgia’s auto repair shop is named OK Walker Autoworks and the owner was identified as Miles Walker as the US Department of Labour filed a complaint against the owner. 

Details:

At the same time, the US Department of Labour also alleged that Miles Walker treated his former employee with disgrace. The employee was identified as Andreas Flaten, who said that along with the 90,000 pennies, he received a note from Miles Walker containing abusive language in it. It is pertinent to mention that Andreas had resigned in November 2020 and stated that his final paycheque of nearly a thousand dollars was not paid to him. 

What else:

However, his driveway was also stained after Miles Walker allegedly threw the oil-covered pennies. Andreas also alleged that it took him more than seven hours to clean his driveway and the wheelbarrow’s tyres were also deflated by the weight of 90,000 pennies. In his Instagram post, Andreas wrote“This form of payment is childish.” 

Rana Abdullah Hammad
Rana Abdullah Hammad
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