If these idiots would apply themselves like this at work, they might find a job they don't hate so much . . .
Two Wendy's employees were heading to work in Pennsylvania two Fridays ago. (Tilden Township, 30 miles outside Allentown.) And they came up with a pretty sophisticated plan to make sure they had an easy shift that night.
They pulled over at a railroad crossing and put a device on the tracks that made the wooden railroad crossing arms malfunction.
It actually ended up disabling them completely. So someone could have driven over the tracks with no idea a train was coming. But luckily, that didn't happen.
One of them was a woman named Amy Schaner. But it sounds like the mastermind was 34-year-old Ryan Boria. They told cops they thought that if the gates malfunctioned and blocked traffic, it would, quote, "prevent people from getting to Wendy's, and they could have a slow night at work."
They're facing charges for criminal mischief, reckless endangerment, and causing or risking a catastrophe.
(Here's Ryan's mugshot.)