Bus company closes suddenly as boss fires staff with bitter memo


Not fare.


All 25 employees of a bus company based in Somerset, England, found out they were summarily fired thanks to a particularly severe letter from their apparently bitter boss.


“There comes a time in any relationship when you just have to say ‘F— it,’ say goodbye and move on. This is my time!” Nippy Bus managing director Sydney Hardy told his workers out of nowhere Sunday.


“I am quitting to pursue my dream of not having to work here.”

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Sydney Hardy had been in charge of the company for 13 years up until this past weekend.

(Nigel Andrews / SWNS.com/Nigel Andrews / SWNS.com)


Somerset Live reports that employees are now scrambling for work, with some admitting they aren’t sure how they’ll pay their bills in the wake of Hardy’s deplorable surprise.


They claim they didn’t receive their most recent paycheck and aren’t even clear on whether the company went bankrupt, or just simply closed up shop.


“There is a difference between giving up and knowing when you have had enough,” read the memo titled “The end.” “I have had enough and realize I cannot work with you, the people I employ, a moment longer.”


Along with making it clear that everyone should consider themselves jobless, Hardy added, “The gates are now closed and will not open so you can stay in your scratchers Monday and have a lie in.”

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Also affected by the sudden closure are 300 students who used the transportation service to get to school in the area, in addition to regular passengers.


“When I saw the message on Sunday morning I was worried about the children. They would be standing in the cold and waiting,” said former Nippy Bus driver Terry Lehmann.

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The Nippy Bus depot in Great Western Road, Martock, Somerset

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“I loved driving them, these children were a delight.”

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