Anyone who has ever had a job has thought about quitting in a blaze of glory.
TV reporter Charlo Greene, a reporter at CBS affiliate KTVA in Anchorage, Alaska, actually went through with the plan.
While reporting on a medical marijuana business, Greene told viewers she owned the business and was quitting TV news to dedicate her life to legalizing marijuana.
She managed to drop an F-bomb before a producer could pull the plug on the live shot gone horribly awry.
"[BLEEP] it, I quit," said Greene in what surely will be her last on-air appearance.
The confused news anchor offered a fumbling apology before collecting her wits and moving on with the news.
That's quite the vocational exit, I must say. I can only imagine security was called to quickly hustle Greene out the door as shocked co-workers looked on.
Whatever happened to giving two weeks notice?
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