A worker sacked for “fooling” his boss on 1st April
The much targeted day, April fool has just ended with many surprises as compared to the previous ones
Some newspapers, TV channels and well-known companies published false news stories to fool people on 1st April.
One of the earliest notable examples of this was when a programme on the BBC, the UK’s national TV channel broadcasted a report on how spaghetti grew on trees.
The film showed a family in Switzerland collecting spaghetti from trees and many people were fooled into believing it, this comes after a search indicates that many people didn’t know how spaghetti is made.
On the other hand, people reportedly lost their job for just cracking jokes or misinformation.
This year’s April fool was something to talk about till the sad things happened as a result.
In spite of all the unfortunate scenes that comes in the aftermath April fool, many people prefer having fun to retaining their jobs.
A show on Appolo 92.7 FM, Bawdie on the aftermath of the just ended April fool monitored by trendingghana.net saw the immense harm such day caused people whilest others saw the good side of it.
“The thing is meant to have fun and release stress so why should some bosses take it serious” said one victim of April fool.
Evans Aquah had a hectic day for telling a lie to his boss in the name of April fool, however that led him to his dismissal.