Imagine you're a woman married to a wonderful man named Brad. It's his birthday, and as you work your shift at the local Cracker Barrel, you smile to yourself imagining the look on Brad's face when you surprise him with a cake once you get off work that night. But you don't need more reasons to smile because you've been a loyal employee at Cracker Barrel for the past 11 years. You love it there at the Old County Store and feel blessed to work at such a fine establishment. Then, that day you are fired. This is the real story of Brad's Wife.
When Brad found out that his wife had been fired (on his birthday no less!), he did what any upstanding husband would do: he wrote on Cracker Barrel's Facebook page, People reports. It wasn't long before the internet caught wind of the situation and began flooding Cracker Barrel's Facebook page with demands of #JusticeForBradsWife. With every new post from Cracker Barrel's social media team, the vigilantes of the internet barraged the Old Country Store with thousands of comments.