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A Red Rooster worker claims she has been fired from the fast food giant over a caption on one of her TikTok videos.
The Brisbane worker, who goes by the name Qrillo on TikTok, posted a seemingly innocent video on Saturday of herself working in the drive-thru of a Red Rooster, wearing the restaurant's uniform and headphones.
While the video appeared innocent, with Qrillo simply mouthing the words to a song, it appears a comment she superimposed over the video has landed her in trouble.
'When I accidentally put a $100 note in my pocket at work,' she wrote, captioning the video 'why am I so silly'.
It didn't take long for her managers at Red Rooster to notice the video and appeared to swiftly terminate Qrillo on Sunday.
The Red Rooster worker claims she was fired after filming a video in the restaurant (not the one pictured)
'I have been notified of the Tiktok video you posted on 4/2/23 regarding a $100 you (allegedly) stole,' the manager texted her