Airport Worker’s ‘Resignation Letter’ Comes In The Form Of A Cake
An airport worker in the U.K. decided that it was time to quit his job at the airport and pursue his dream job, baking cakes. However, this employee baked a cake and penned his resignation to his boss in icing.
Chris Holmes, a former immigration officer for Border Force at Stansted Airport in the U.K., resigned Monday with a perfectly written "letter" on a 12-inch-by-12-inch size sheet cake. Yes, he baked a cake, neatly wrote a resignation message on the cake, and then delivered the cake to his boss.
Holmes worked at the airport for four years while running his cake business on the side. But when his cake business started to "take off," Holmes elected to pursue his dream job and quit his job at the airport.
Before Holmes delivered the cake to his former employer, his brother-in-law tweeted a photo of the cake and that's when the photo went viral. Since then, Holmes has been bombarded with interview requests and orders. He's even had a request for the famous resignation cake, which he said would cost about $150 to $230.
Looks like a few employers will soon have a reason to break their diet.