Anyone working at Reddit who might want to criticize your employer someday, take note: if the company's CEO finds out, he will definitely not take the high road.

The uncomfortable run-in between ex-staffer and chief executive happened in the middle of one of the site's trademark AMA threads (CEO Yishan Wong's comments are highlighted in yellow):

It seems like "That's incorrect, you were fired" would have been sufficient, but then Wong keeps on typing and typing. Between this and Wong's bizarre defense of Reddit as a hacked porn sanctuary, it's clear the man has nobody around him to say "Yishan, shut up, don't hit enter."

h/t Isaac Hepworth

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