Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?


Ollie Tutt: Sainsbury’s worker was sacked after his TikTok video went viral.

Ollie Tutt
Ollie Tutt

Ollie Tutt, 19, posted a video on the popular app on March 24 complimenting his work as a grocery delivery driver and calling his clients’ f*****g beautiful.’ Since then, the video has received over 450,000 likes and 3.8 million views. Despite the video’s viral success, the 19-year-old said he was sacked from his job a week after it was released. “If you want an easy career, just go work at Tesco, Sainsbury’s, and do this delivering s**t,” the adolescent stated in his original TikTok.

“It’s the simplest work I’ve ever had, the greatest paid job I’ve ever had, and I’m truly cared about,” she says. I don’t do anything; I wait on the side of the road for these drops to happen. “All of the customers are f******g great, and I haven’t had a single time when they’ve been a pain in the neck.” “Don’t work in the shop, though; it’s s**t and dull,” he continued. If you want to accomplish a simple task, do this.”

The teen believes in the video led to him being sacked:

Despite his feelings, Ollie confessed that the video didn’t go well with his management and that it had ‘created a bit of a problem’ for him in another tape a few days later. “That video gained a lot more attention than I expected it would and caused a bit of an issue,” the Eastbourne native added. My manager informed me that the shop manager didn’t seem to mind but that it was terrible for the company since I swore on the video, “which is clear because it doesn’t look good on them.”

Ollie’s woes didn’t end there, as he declared in a video update on April 3 that the grocery behemoth had fired him. “Yep, I got dismissed, and now I’m scared about how I’m going to pay my rent in a week,” the adolescent informed his followers.

Ollie Tutt Sainsbury's worker was sacked after his TikTok video went viral.

Ollie didn’t want to take care of these situations:

Ollie claims he was fired due to shame and policy violations and for not caring enough about the problem. “It’s not like they’re a multi-billion-pound corporation that cares about a single video,” he added. “Yep, you were all correct about me losing my job, go f**k yourself.” I’m going to apply for new employment right now.” “We cannot discuss particular coworker instances,” a Sainsbury’s spokeswoman stated. Any decision to reconsider a colleague’s employment is made with care and is based on a number of considerations.”

Read Also – Eric Bergeson, a legendary author has died

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You May Also Like


Eliza was a great photographer who could have made a great career very soon, she hailed from New Zealand but she was murdered on...


Loretta Swit, also known as Sally Kellerman, who played the role of an army major in the popular T.V. series ‘MASH,’ died on Thursday...


“The friends who kiss are the best company” sings the new song that Rosalía has premiered together with Tokischa , a rising Dominican star...


The NFL and NASCAR Halls of Fame inductee and Coy Gibbs’ son, who was also a member, passed away on November 6, 2022. Let’s...