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Inspired by Antonio Brown, nation sees 900% spike in workers walking off jobs shirtless


Tampa, FL - Less than 24 hours after Tampa Bay Buccaneer Antonio Brown removed his pads and jersey and quit the team mid-game, officials say there has been a 900% spike in workers pulling off their shirts and unexpectedly leaving businesses.


Thousands of examples are pouring in across the nation of fed-up shirtless workers walking off jobs to the applause of co-workers.


One employee at a Tampa office building described one such incident on Facebook, "OMG! My co-worker just ripped off his shirt during our morning meeting and threw it at our boss. About five others did the same and followed him out."


Another employee in Nashville, Tennessee, was arrested after taking off his shirt and pants.


This is a developing story.


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