“Even though it cost me my job, it’s fine. Because the truth is, you know, it’s my fault,” Szczecina said. “I know nobody wants to say that anymore, but I felt it was important to own up to my mistake and do everything I can to make it right.”Gas station manager fired for selling gas for 69 cents a gallon – The Washington Post
I don’t want people to get fired, but this does seem like the sort of mistake that should get you fired (even though it is very understandable!).
Good on the guy for owning his mistake, too. I hope that shows future employers that he has character! And I’m certain he won’t be making the same mistake again.