Ireland pays his final salary in 7,100 five cent coins

Ireland pays his final salary in 7,100 five cent coins

Ryan Kiyog, 20, of Dublin, could not help but share his surprise on social media last week. This former employee of an Alphis restaurant in the capital paid his last salary of 355 euro five cent coins, inside a bucket of mayonnaise. After a two-month summer vacation, the young man had been asking for pay for several days.

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In a discussion with his boss on September 9, the day he was due to receive the money, he waited a few days and asked if he could pay in cash. A limitation that Ryan Kiyog accepted without doubting what awaited him. “I felt I was doing him a favor by saying that September 14th was good and that I could personally raise money. The bucket was the last straw, ”he said Extra.ie. The young man had indicated that he needed money quickly to pay his bills.

Weight 30 kg

Additionally, Ryan Kiyog said he laughed at first when he saw the bucket given to him by an embarrassed manager. But the bucket had to be brought home, and it was carried on public transport, and the 7,100 five-cent coins it contained weighed 30 kilograms. The Irish digital newspaper published photos of the marks left by the bucket on Dubliner’s hands.

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There are rumors that the young employee provoked his employer after leaving the company without giving notice. However, Ryan Kiyog posted conflicting information on his Twitter account.

As I remembered Irish Central, Ryan Kiok has no obligation to accept this payment in cash. Under Irish law, no one is obliged to accept more than 50 euros or cents in a transaction. A law that the young man ignored.

Anyway, internet users appreciated this extraordinary story: on Twitter, its publication collected over 15,000 likes and was shared almost 3,000 times.

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