Protip: this is actually a terrible idea.
(Warning: video contains swearing.)
If people are going to do gross or inappropriate things at work, let’s all hope that they have the complete lack of foresight to commit the acts to video and post them online. Even if the specific location isn’t mentioned in a video, after all, someone will find them. Here are a few examples that we remember fondly:
A Walmart spokeswoman sent a great, not at all corporate-sounding statement to CNET, which confirmed that the morons involved had been terminated, and said in part:
We’ve seen the video of several night-shift associates destroying merchandise in the back of one of our stores in August and, as anyone can image [sic], it made us wince. We are also embarrassed.
Smash that iPad: Pastime at Kentucky Wal-Mart [CNET] (Thanks, Steve!)