An employee of Peachtree City’s A OK Walker Autoworks quit in November. His former boss was not happy about it, and refused to issue the final paycheck. After months of back and forth, the employee went to the Georgia Department of Labor and filed a complaint. Soon thereafter, the former employee found a mound of over 90,000 pennies on the end of his driveway with a pay stub on top. The pennies had all been covered in grease.

The owner of the garage refuses to admit that he was the one who did it, but the business posted this on their social media page:

I am certain that this guy is a great boss, and it was a joy to work there. If this is the childish and vindictive way he treats former employees, just imagine how well he treats his customers.

Since he is now not admitting that the grease soaked pennies were his doing, I would guess that he still owes the employee his final paycheck.

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A · March 30, 2021 at 8:23 pm

I don’t recall pennies being stamped with the phrase “for all debts public and private”, so I’m pretty sure you can refuse to accept them.

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