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“Fu*k You I Quit”: Sell-Side Analyst Destroys Boss’s Office Before Resigning

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A disgruntled sell-side analyst filmed himself uncorking a bottle of champagne, spraying it around his boss's office, and engaging in all sorts of mischief before leaving a note on his boss's desk that reads "FUCK YOU I QUIT" in all caps.  [insert: bridges ur.JPG , feet up.JPG  , i quit.JPG ] A video of the meltdown was posted to the Instagram account of Francesco Pellegrino - formerly of Sidoti & Co, with various scenes of debauchery captioned with such phrases as "May the bridges I burn light the way."  The ordeal is set to the musical stylings of Whitney Houston's "How Will I Know" and Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch's "Good Vibrations."  [embedded content] While it is unknown why Pellegrino quit so dramatically, a source close to the firm said he felt he was underpaid

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A disgruntled sell-side analyst filmed himself uncorking a bottle of champagne, spraying it around his boss's office, and engaging in all sorts of mischief before leaving a note on his boss's desk that reads "FUCK YOU I QUIT" in all caps. 

[insert: bridges ur.JPG , feet up.JPG  , i quit.JPG ]

A video of the meltdown was posted to the Instagram account of Francesco Pellegrino - formerly of Sidoti & Co, with various scenes of debauchery captioned with such phrases as "May the bridges I burn light the way." 

The ordeal is set to the musical stylings of Whitney Houston's "How Will I Know" and Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch's "Good Vibrations." 

While it is unknown why Pellegrino quit so dramatically, a source close to the firm said he felt he was underpaid according to the New York Post

Pellegrino’s regulatory record shows he left the firm in June. Peter Sidoti, chief executive of the firm, confirmed Monday that Pellegrino is no longer with the company.

When asked by The Post about the trashing of the office, Sidoti said, “I don’t even know how to respond,” before hanging up the phone. -New York Post

Of course, there are other routes Pellegrino could have taken here...

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