A video has been making rounds on social media. A poultry worker was caught by her boss after she stole a great number of eggs. From the video, the eggs filled up two "small paint buckets"
It's no longer news that people have always complained about how their employees/staff try to steal from them. For someone who runs a Poultry, stealing eggs is quite easy. However, greediness is when you steal almost a crate of eggs.
A verified news outlet on Twitter identified as @Gisteel posted a video showing the number of eggs a poultry worker stole, and the fascinating thing about this video is the fact that she kept some eggs in her underwear, and surprisingly they didn't break. In the video, the woman was seen removing the eggs from different spots of her clothes. In the second part of the video, another poultry worker was caught with eggs she kept inside her head tie.
Watch the video and take a look at the number of eggs stolen.
See where she kept the eggs:
See the eggs in the bucket on the ground:
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