A truck driver who was fired from his job while on the road tried to get the last laugh.
Darren Walp, 36, of Crum Lynne, Pennsylvania was driving a load of corn from Reynolds, Nebraska to Hanover, Kansas in August when he was fired by his boss via text.
The Lincoln Journal Star reports that Walp’s boss texted him saying, “Pack your stuff ASAP and you can leave…” according to an arrest warrant that was later released.
Walp was still in possession of the truck’s load of corn, so he allegedly decided to seek some revenge on his trucking company. He pulled over to the side of the road, opened his trailer’s bottom hatch and took off, leaving nearly 1,000 bushels of corn strewn across Highway 8 in Gage County, Nebraska. Read more…