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A Sainsbury’s delivery boy who created a TikTok about his job claims he was fired for swearing on the video.
Ollie Tutt, 19, had uploaded the video of his job as a delivery boy, describing it as the easiest job in the UK.
He got 3.8 million views on the clip that was posted on March 24 and more than 400,000 likes.
The 19-year-old described how the customers were “f***ing lovely” but told viewers not to work inside the supermarket.
Just over a week after the video was posted, he was fired from his job.
On his TikTok, he said
On his TikTok, he said: ‘If you want an easy job, just go and work at Tesco, Sainsbury’s and do this deliver s**t thing.
“It’s possibly the easiest job I’ve ever had, the best paying job I’ve ever had, and they actually take care of me.
‘I don’t do much, I just sit on the side of the road waiting to make these drops.
“All the clients are fucking lovely and they haven’t had an occasion where they’ve been a jerk.”
He continued adding, “Don’t work in the store though, that’s crap and boring.”
‘Seriously, if you want to do an easy job, just do this.’
A couple of days later, Ollie, from Eastbourne East Sussex, posted a video stating that the video was not well received by his manager at work.
Ollie said: ‘That video got a lot more attention than I thought it would and caused a bit of a problem.
“My manager told me that the store manager doesn’t really care but because I swore on that video that it’s a bad thing for the company.
“Which is obvious because it doesn’t look very good on them.”
Not long after, Ollie said he was fired from his role as a delivery boy at the supermarket giant.
In the latest video posted on Sunday (April 3), Ollie updated his new followers that he has been fired from him.
Ollie said, ‘Yeah, I got laid off and now I’m worried about how I’m going to pay my rent in a week.
According to Ollie, he was fired for serious misconduct and disrepute, as well as not caring enough about the whole situation.
He said: ‘It’s not a big deal, like they’re a multi-million dollar company and they care about just one video.
‘Yeah, you were right about me losing my job, fuck you.’ Now I am going to apply for new jobs.’
Ollie still hasn’t found a new job and is worried about paying the rent.
A Sainsbury’s spokesman said: ‘We are unable to discuss individual cases of colleagues. Any decision to review a colleague’s employment is not taken lightly and is based on a number of factors.’
Ollie Tutt Quick and Facts
- A teenager lost his job as a Sainsbury’s delivery driver after his TikTok went viral
- Ollie Tutt spoke about how he enjoyed his job in a video that was has 400k likes
- But he thinks his swearing cost him his job, he said working in the store was ‘s**t’