Louann Giambattista was long known by co-workers for her love of pets. And in many offices, bringing your pet to work is gaining acceptance. But the flight attendant at American Airlines -- who owns a dog, gerbils and hamsters -- saw her reputation take a nosedive when three colleagues claimed to have seen her... Read More »
Secretly feeding someone drugs is no funny crime. Read More »
Three young Taco Bell customers in Kentwood, Mich., were surprised to find a bank deposit in their takeout bag instead of their order. Read More »
It was Father's Day, and the receipt had a profane message. Read More »
Parents of a 7-year-old disabled boy were outraged after they saw his class photo. Read More »
You won't believe what people are posting on Instagram. Read More »
Many people have called in sick to work when they were perfectly fine and just wanted the... Read More »
By Elicia Dover
A Florida first grade teacher has been suspended for allegedly lying about having a terminal disease so that she could leave school early and take extra days off.
Ashley Barker, a teacher at the Laurel Elementary School in the Polk County School District, was informed by the school board that... Read More »
It isn't the first time someone's been fired for leaking a celeb encounter to the press. Read More »
A sense of humor can serve you well in many situations. A job application, however, may not be one of them. That apparently did not deter one prospective Taco Bell employee when filling out his application -- and his application immediately prompted a debate online as to what his true motive was.
According to... Read More »
The news anchor who dropped the expletives heard around the Web is back to work. Just not at the kind of position he might have hoped. A.J. Clemente, 24, was fired in late April after saying the words, ""F---ing sh-t," on live television. It was his first day at work at NBC affiliate KFYR in Bismarck, N.D. Now... Read More »
Amy's Baking Company offends Gordon Ramsay, then offends the internet. Read More »
Earlier this year, small-town treasurer Rita Crundwell was sentenced to nearly 20 years in prison for embezzling $53 million. It was a shocking case, given the size of the theft and the fact that the town, Dixon, Ill., only has 16,000 residents. But according to a stunning new report, embezzlement -- especially... Read More »
On the last day of a job, plenty of people will throw back a few drinks with co-workers when the shift is over. But this is a riskier proposition in certain professions -- such as an announcer on live radio. Paula White, a presenter on BBC Radio Stoke, a news and entertainment program based out of central... Read More »
For Chicago sports reporter Susannah Collins, it was an unfortunate slip of the tongue. During a live televised report outside the Chicago Blackhawks locker room, Collins said of the team: "Despite the fact that they've had a tremendous amount of sex in the regular season."
That was how she started a sentence... Read More »
In California, it's legal to use marijuana for medical reasons, but smoking pot is still very much illegal in offices in that state. A security guard filed a lawsuit last week against Universal Music Publishing Group, claiming that it has been "infiltrated with pervasive drug use where you could smell marijuana... Read More »
By Steven Schnee, Chris Connelly and Megan Reilly
"I felt like a cheap whore," says Vincent... Read More »
April Fools' Day is our annual celebration of lies and trickery. But every year a handful of office pranksters are reminded that certain lies and tricks are illegal.
Susan Tinker, 20, who works at a Waffle House in Hampton, Virginia allegedly called the police just before 6 a.m. on Monday to report a robbery,... Read More »
As the owner of a supermarket in Waynesville, Ohio, Ron Kronenberger (pictured right) seems to have known he was taking advantage of a mentally disabled worker. After all, Kronenberger allegedly instructed Mark Neace, who volunteered stocking shelves at his market, not to tell anyone about some workplace... Read More »
All workers hope for supportive colleagues who treat them with respect. But Jennifer Maldonado, who began working earlier this month as an administrative assistant at Keller Williams Realty in southern Florida, seems to have lucked into a new job surrounded by co-workers who went above and beyond. Last week,... Read More »