Flatulent security cop goes viral -- then gets fired.

Paul Flart, former hospital cop and current Instagram sensation.

Doug, stage name "Paul Flart," made himself a star by recording himself passing gas while at work as a hospital security guard. But Mr. Flart apparently made the mistake of including some shots of the hospital in his videos, and he got fired, and video recorded his termination. The supervisor managed to keep his cool. (Give that man a raise!)

Would you hire this man?

If you're a security company who is currently hiring, you may want to do a thorough social media check on your applicants before you make any decisions you'll regret.

However, you probably have nothing to worry about. Mr. Flart has bigger fish to fry. He reportedly now plans to make a fortune on music videos and merchandise. "My goal is to be the first person to make a living off farting after getting fired from my job in a public manner," he is quoted as saying.

If he succeeds, then we'll know for sure that there is no hope for this world.

Robin Shea has 30 years' experience in employment litigation, including Title VII and the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act (including the Amendments Act). 
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