There are certain workplace rules that are infallible. For instance, you can't go into the communal fridge in your office and purloin someone's lunch. That's theft, in addition to total sacrilege.
So it comes as no surprise that when Zak Tosacni, a comedian and writer based in Los Angeles, became party to an episode of office lunch theft so blatantly cruel and ruthless, he documented the breathless turn of events on Twitter. His thread captivated the internet on Friday, largely owing to its granular rundown and attention to detail.
It involves fried rice, a trash can, tarnished hopes and a cliffhanger that could portend possible retribution.
Zak, take it away: