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Drive-Thru Employee Who Worked Remotely Sparks Debate

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Drive-Thru Employee Who Worked Remotely Sparks Debate

This is the moment someone filmed themselves at a drive-thru as the member of staff taking their order seems to be doing so from the comfort of their own home:

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Ok, so right now details are sparse, however we know that the video was first shared on TikTok in February earlier this year.

The account @searchforthevibe posted it alongside the caption: "Home girl just took my order from home," with many people putting it down to the coronavirus pandemic.

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One of the comments on the video says: "When you have covid but nobody can cover your shift," alongside a crying face emoji.

Fast forward to earlier this month and the same video has resurfaced, this time with some writing which reads: "When you have covid but nobody can cover your shift," followed by... you guessed it, a crying face emoji.

Credit: TikTok/@searchforthevibe
Credit: TikTok/@searchforthevibe

When it was shared more recently, the video sparked a debate with some people saying they'd favour doing what the Chick-fil-A woman is doing and others disagreeing.

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One person wrote: "I would enjoy work 100% more if it could just be this," while another added: "i wanna work like this are u KIDDING? dealing w customers from my own bedroom? i would thrive like this."

And a third commented: "I think this would be great for a lot of fast food. Great for single parents, people that can’t drive or don’t have transportation."

Agreeing with the previous TikToker, someone else said: "You wouldn't even need the camera for normal fast food, just a speaker. It would make life so much easier and nobody would know."

Credit: TikTok/@searchforthevibe
Credit: TikTok/@searchforthevibe
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Disagreeing with the others, one wrote: "I’m calling it now, they’ll make this into a gig economy type job, exploit people further."

Another revealed: "I honestly would’ve said bye-bye to that job it’s not worth it," while a third said: "Service industry will do all this just to avoid giving paid sick time."

Speculating, because no one knows how many hours the employee had been working or was working, someone said: "No the way she’s actually being over worked but she’s at home so it’s okay is no."

Others were just pleasantly surprised that the iPad being used stayed up for more than five minutes. It is quite impressive.

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LADbible has reached out to Chick-fil-A for comment.

Featured Image Credit: TikTok/@searchforthevibe

Topics: Food And Drink, TikTok

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