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Gas station manager fired after glitch sold gasoline for 69 cents a gallon

So how did this happen? Well, that was a fucking mistake I made. You know, John Cesena is the manager of the gas station that makes *** mia copa and I thought it was a *** nightmare after he gave hundreds of drivers the opportunity to save thousands of dollars on premium gas and I put all three prices there except diesel. But the last one didn’t work. You know that Cesena accidentally put *** decimal in the wrong place and started selling gasoline at $6.99 for only 69 cents. We don’t play today, people started posting the low price on social media and calling friends and family. Lines quickly formed to engulf him. How do you feel about them? Well, I would have done the same. Cesena was fired on Monday after the decimal point debacle. Now his family has started funding me for him in a bid to raise $16,000 gas station lost revenue and pay it back. They fear in addition to being fired, he could be sued if he feared having to pay this money. Craig Zimmerman is a *** business lawyer who says employees are protected from liability in cases like this where they make mistakes in the performance of their normal duties. The only way he would be responsible in *** written agreement as if he was acting outside the scope of his employment. For example, if his boss said whatever you do never price this gas pump, then he made a *** gas station glitch turning into a *** giveaway for drivers and ** * goodbye for this station manager now looking for a new job ***. So I just took responsibility for it. And they said, yeah, it’s my fault.

‘It’s a nightmare’: Gas station manager fired after glitch sold gasoline at 69 cents a gallon

A California gas station manager has been fired after accidentally selling gasoline for a fraction of the actual cost – 69 cents instead of $6.99. “And I thought, ‘This is a nightmare.'” The glitch has saved hundreds of customers thousands on premium gas, he explained. “And I put in all three prices except the diesel, but the last one didn’t work, you know, did it,” he said. The gas price decimal went to the wrong place, leading customers to post on social media to let people know where to get gas for 69 cents a gallon instead of the expected price of $6.99 . Szczecina said he couldn’t blame customers for telling friends and family about the issue so they could take advantage of the savings. “I would have done the same,” he said. “So I took responsibility for it. And I said, ‘Yeah, it’s my fault. Since the incident, Szczecina has been fired and his family has set up a GoFundMe page, which surpassed its goal of raising $20,000 – revenue the gas station lost due to the issue.

A California gas station manager has been fired after accidentally selling gasoline for a fraction of the actual cost – 69 cents instead of $6.99.

“Well, that’s a mistake I made, you know,” John Szczecina told KOVR. “And I thought, ‘This is a nightmare.'”

The issue has saved hundreds of customers thousands of dollars on premium gasoline, he said.

“And I put in all three prices except the diesel, but the last one didn’t work, you know, did it,” he said.

The gas price decimal went to the wrong place, leading customers to post on social media to let people know where to get gas for 69 cents a gallon instead of the expected price of $6.99 .

Szczecina said he couldn’t blame customers for telling friends and family about the issue so they could take advantage of the savings.

“I would have done the same,” he said. “So I took responsibility for it. And I said, ‘Yeah, it’s my fault. ”

Since the incident, Szczecina has been fired and his family has set up a GoFundMe page, which exceeded its goal of raising $20,000 – the revenue the gas station lost due to the issue.

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