Japanese fan goes viral after holding up sign thanking boss for two week-leave to catch the World Cup in Qatar

Malay Mail
Malay Mail

PETALING JAYA, Nov 26 — Having a bad working relationship with one's boss is often talked about.

But one Japanese soccer fan punched a hole in that perception, in a tweet now gone viral, when he was photographed holding a sign thanking his boss for granting him two weeks leave to catch the World Cup that is currently being held.

The photo was posted on Twitter by the official Fifa World Cup account with the caption "This one goes out to all the bosses out there".

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It has so gotten more than 24,000 retweets and 142,000 likes.

It was definitely a bonus as photo was taken during the match when Japan beat world champions Germany 2-1.

NTT East, a regional telecomunications services company also tweeted this out:

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