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27 former employees share wild stories about how they quit their jobs

These former employees chose to be a little — or very — theatrical when they quit their jobs.Anton Mikhmel StudioNW/Shutterstock

Most employees give their managers two weeks' notice when moving on from a job. Others, however, quit their jobs a little more theatrically.We asked readers to share their most dramatic quitting stories.One worker quit after their boss tried to hit them with a chair, while another made himself a pizza before walking out.Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.

Conventionally, people looking to leave their jobs give two weeks' notice and then clear out.

However, sometimes workers are simply pushed to their breaking points.

Read more: 6 tips to quit your job with grace

We asked readers to tell us the most dramatic way they'd ever quit a job, and the responses will shock you. From throwing heavy objects to filing lawsuits to simply walking out, these employees demonstrated some of the more theatrical ways to quit your job and never look back.

Here are 27 of the most dramatic stories we've ever heard about quitting a job.

Some answers have been edited for clarity.

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Most employees give their managers two weeks' notice when moving on from a job. Others, however, quit their jobs a little more theatrically. We asked readers to share their most dramatic quitting stories. One worker quit after their boss tried to hit them with a chair, while another made himself a pizza before walking out. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Conventionally, people looking to leave their jobs give two weeks' notice and then clear out. However, sometimes workers are simply pushed to their breaking points. Read more: 6 tips to quit your job with grace We asked readers to tell us the most dramatic way they'd ever quit a job, and the responses will shock you. From throwing heavy objects to filing lawsuits to simply walking out, these employees demonstrated some of the more theatrical ways to quit your job and never look back. Here are 27 of the most dramatic stories we've ever heard about quitting a job. Some answers have been edited for clarity.

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27 former employees share wild stories about how they quit their jobs27 former employees share wild stories about how they quit their jobs

Most employees give their managers two weeks'...

27 former employees share wild stories about how they quit their jobs

Features,Quit,quit job,Resign,Quitting,Quitting job,funny story

27 former employees share wild stories about how they quit their jobs

2019-10-09T22:48:02+02:00

2019-10-09T22:53:52+02:00

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Most employees give their managers two weeks' notice when moving on from a job. Others, however, quit their jobs a little more theatrically. We asked readers to share their most dramatic quitting stories. One worker quit after their boss tried to hit them with a chair, while another made himself a pizza before walking out. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Conventionally, people looking to leave their jobs give two weeks' notice and then clear out. However, sometimes workers are simply pushed to their breaking points. Read more: 6 tips to quit your job with grace We asked readers to tell us the most dramatic way they'd ever quit a job, and the responses will shock you. From throwing heavy objects to filing lawsuits to simply walking out, these employees demonstrated some of the more theatrical ways to quit your job and never look back. Here are 27 of the most dramatic stories we've ever heard about quitting a job. Some answers have been edited for clarity.

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