Deciding to quit your job can often prove to be a delicate process.
Traditionally, a polite and neatly typed out letter is the way to go, thanking your boss for the opportunity and asking if they'll write a nice reference.
See also: The worst excuses for skiving off work
But life isn't always this simple - and one angry employee certainly let their emotions get the better of them when they announced their resignation.
Commuters getting off their trains at Leeds station could see the anger in all its glory, with a previously immaculate looking Mercedes tastefully decorated with spray paint.
I wonder if the fall out had something to do with spelling?— John Gooden (@JohnGoodenUK) 12 October 2017
Wow! I wish I did something like this when I lefty old company 😂
— Emily Luxton (@em_luxton) 12 October 2017
The phrases "stick your job up your arse" and "up yours I quit" are fairly clear, although passersby did spot a slight problem with our vandal's third message - "worse boss ever".
For others though, it's served as useful inspiration for the next time they tell they decide to move on.