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Construction Worker Sent Home After Arriving to Work in a Subaru

MONTGOMERY – A local construction manager was escorted away from his first day on the job after showing up in a Subaru Outback, according to local union representatives.

“While we respect Mr. Anderson’s extensive 20-year experience working in the Pacific Northwest, driving anything other than a Ford F-series pickup violates the terms of our labor contracts,” said Union President, Johnny Finn last Saturday.

“We were sorry we couldn’t let him work on the site, but we sent one of our men on light duty with him to Johnny Finn Ford where we’re certain he’ll get a great deal on the only Alabama-approved trucks you can buy. Now, if you’ll excuse me, ‘Bama kicks off in 10 hours and I haven’t even started the grill yet.”

Tool Reporter reached out to Gary Anderson’s attorney and was told that he’ll be ready for work on Monday morning with a brand new crimson red F-150 King Ranch and $1500 per month payment for the next 6 years.

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