I was on call with a colleague. A very quiet guy that always made the weirdest commentaries.

Anyhow, I received a message about a datacenter issue. Checked everything and it seemed a load balancer failure, so one of us should go to the datacenter (it was Saturday).

My colleague volunteered and after 4 hours I still could not see the changes. He wasn't replying the messages or anything.

I ran to the office, saw his phone on the table and went to the datacenter.

I open the door and the crazy dude is banging 2 chicks (paid version) on the room, bottle of vodka around... he gets scared and threatens to throw water and vodka on the blades if I fire him. I am so speechless that he calms down, I fix the balancer and we go home...

I was so pissed and impressed... I had to fire him. He didn't show up on monday and resigned. I still told the CTO and we could see the videos of his experience on the cctv... funny dude...

  • 4
    sad thing is if he would have fixed the problem nobody probably wouldn't have gave a crap. atleast I wouldn't have as long as they cleaned up after themselves.
  • 7
    That reminds me of:

    "Frank: You had sexual intercourse with a co-worker on top of the produce that we sell to the public.

    Ted: I f***ed her with a parsnip last week. And a sold the parsnip to a family with four small children.

    Frank: That took guts. We need guts. I'm promoting you."
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