Xenia, Ohio (AP) Mr. Unstable is now Mr. Unemployed.
The Burger King employee who took a soapy bath in a utility sink at work and then posted a video of it online doesn't work at Burger King anymore.
Timothy Tackett, who was fired, says he regrets the bath because a couple of other people also lost their jobs -- the co-worker who did the taping and the shift manager.
Burger King says two people were fired from their jobs at the restaurant in Xenia, Ohio, and a third quit.
The video was posted last week, with a worker who appeared to be naked calling himself “Mr. Unstable.”
By the time a health inspector went to the restaurant, the sink that's used to clean large pieces of equipment had been sterilized.
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