r/Maliciouscompliance OP has a blue collar job laying pipe at a large corporation. His white collar boss gets pissed off at OP because OP dared to enter the white collar worker building to retrieve some important blueprints. His boss bans OP from the building forever, which means that none of the workers have the blueprints to lay any of the pipes. The workers have nothing to do for a month, which results in a staggering $2,000,000 in wasted labor costs.
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