Harrods Worker Loses Unfair Dismissal Case

An employee who tried to claim £1 million from Harrods has lost his unfair dismissal case after he was sacked for eating a slice chocolate cake. Juan Mackenzie, who worked as the restaurant supervisor, was sacked for eating a piece of Devil’s Dog Cake after it was sent back by a customer who complained that the cake was too dry. The cake, which was worth £7.50 was then eaten by Mr Mackenzie. The incident, which according to Mr Mackenzie left him “a broken man” is not the first case of misconduct involving Harrods in recent times. In June 2015, a kitchen supervisor was suspended. She was accused of theft after trying to take home a half-eaten dinner. Anthea Harding was suspended and given her job back after an online petition to reinstate her. Harrods Unfair Dismissal Case Juan Mackenzie, who earned up to £2000 at Harrods, claimed that he was merely sampling the cake to taste it and see if the customer’s complaint was valid. Harrods argued, however, that he had eaten the cak

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