US firm Thompson & Knight has fired an employee who implied that he might embark on a shooting spree if Whole Foods insisted he had to wear a mask to go shopping.
Kevin Bain, who was the admin manager of the firm's Dallas office, wrote on Facebook that "any business that tells me to put on a mask (Whole Foods on Lomo Alto) in Dallas will get told to kiss my Corona ass".
"It's time to stop this BULLSHIT", demanded Bain. "Do I have to show the lame security guard outside of a ghetto store my CV19 test results?"
"I will show him my Glock 21 shooting range results", offered the fuming moron. "With Hornady hollow points. Pricey ammo, but worth it in this situation".
Implying he was ready to take extreme measures to enforce his right to cough a deadly virus at overpriced sourdough and olives, Bain wrote, "They have reached the limit. I have more power than they do.....they just don't know it yet".
The firm said it fired Bain the same afternoon it became aware of his comments, which appeared days after three people were charged with murdering a shop security guard in Michigan because he told one of them to wear a mask.
Seems perfectly REASONABLE
"This post is a complete violation of the values of our Firm, including our commitment to the health and safety of the communities we serve", said the firm, which added that it had alerted the authorities.