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Two Employees Charged For Purportedly Sending Over $100,000 in Chick-fil-A Profits To Their Personal Bank Accounts – The Shade Room

Roomies, many people feel that Chick-fil-A sets the standard when it comes to quality fast-food. Let’s not forget that time an employee in Virginia climbed down a storm drain just to retrieve a customer’s phone! We’ve also seen the viral memes and video skits about the typically great service. Well, it seems like a couple of employees might’ve slipped through the cracks! Two ex employees of the company are facing criminal charges in Alabama for purportedly taking over $100,000 from the company’s profits.
According to Newsweek, the ex employees have been identified as 37-year-old Larry James Black Jr. and 40-year-old Joshua Daniel Powell. Both men worked at the Chick-fil-A located in the Five Points area of Birmingham, Alabama. Larry worked as the ex director of hospitality, while Joshua worked as the ex manager. The pair purportedly deposited customer payments from their workplace into their personal bank ……

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