Joey DeFrancesco knows how to quit a job. After three and a half years of working as a room service waiter at the Renaissance Providence Hotel in Rhode Island, DeFrancesco had enough. But he just didn’t hand in a letter of resignation. He marched in with a 19-piece band to quit his job.
DeFrancesco writes on Youtube:
“I worked in this hotel for 3.5 years. I worked while going to school full time to pay my tuition and living expenses. This was not a job I had for two weeks before quitting in a hissy-fit. The working conditions in the hotel are horrendous. In the kitchen, workers are regularly forced to work 10, 11, 14, 16 hour shifts… Housekeepers are reprimanded if they fail to clean 16 rooms or more in a 9 hour shift. Anyone who speaks up—especially anyone who is openly pro-union—is disciplined or fired.”
Here’s is the video of the best job quitting short of George Costanza lap around the New York Yankees parking lot.