Gas station manager fired after incorrectly sold gasoline for 69 cents per gallon

So how did that happen? Well, that was a damn mistake I made. You know John Cesena is the gas station manager who makes *** mia copa and I thought this was a nightmare after he gave hundreds of drivers an opportunity to save thousands of dollars on premium gasoline and I put all three prices on it except diesel. But the last one somehow did not work. You know that Cesena accidentally put *** decimal in the wrong place and started selling the gas at $ 6.99 for only 69 cents. We do not play today, people started posting the low price on social media and calling friends and family. The lines formed quickly to soak it up. How do you feel about them? Well, I would have done the same. Cesena was fired on Monday after the decimal point. Now his family has started to Go Fund me for him with the goal of raising $ 16,000, the gas station lost revenue and paying back. They are worried that in addition to being fired, he could be sued if he is at all worried that he will have 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 and perform normal work tasks. The only way he would be liable in *** written agreement as if he acted outside the scope of his employment. For example, if his boss said whatever you do, do not see the price of that gas pump, and then he made a *** gas station mistake that turned into a *** gift to drivers and *** goodbye to this station boss now looking for a new job . So I just took responsibility for it. And they said, yes, that’s my fault.

“This is a nightmare”: Gas station manager fired after incorrectly sold gasoline for 69 cents per gallon

A manager at a gas station in California was fired after selling gas for a fraction of the actual cost – 69 cents instead of $ 6.99. “Well, that was a mistake I made, you know,” John Szczecina told KOVR. “And I thought, ‘this is a nightmare.'” The error allowed hundreds of customers to save thousands on premium gasoline, he explained. “And I put all three prices on except the diesel, but the last one did not go, you know, not true,” he said. The decimal for the gas price went in the wrong place, which caused customers to post on social media to spread the word about where they can get gas for 69 cents per gallon instead of the intended price of $ 6.99. Szczecina said he can not blame customers for telling friends and family about the mistake so they can take advantage of the savings. “I would have done the same,” he said. “So I just took responsibility for it. And I said, ‘yes, that’s my fault.’ Since the incident, Szczecina has been fired and his family has created a GoFundMe site, which exceeded the goal of raising $ 20,000 – the revenue the gas station lost due to the error.

A manager at a gas station in California was fired after accidentally selling gas for a fraction of the actual cost – 69 cents instead of $ 6.99.

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

The error allowed hundreds of customers to save thousands on premium gasoline, he explained.

“And I put all three prices on except the diesel, but the last one did not go, you know, not true,” he said.

The decimal for the gas price went in the wrong place, which caused customers to post on social media to spread the word about where they can get gas for 69 cents per gallon instead of the intended price of $ 6.99.

Szczecina said he can not blame customers for telling friends and family about the mistake so they can take advantage of the savings.

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

Since the incident, Szczecina has been fired and his family has created a GoFundMe site, which exceeded the goal of raising $ 20,000 – the revenue the gas station lost due to the error.