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The New York Daily News is reporting about another incident of work place violence that happened after someone was fired.

A disgruntled employee canned from a Domino’s Pizza shop in the Bronx helped himself to a slice of payback, torching two of the chain’s storefronts, authorities said Monday.

“Revenge was the motive,” a Fire Department source said. “Clearly, he’s not a guy who cares a lot about life.”

Domino’s estimated the damages and lost business at the two locations totaled more than $1 million. Jamal Thomas, 24, of the Bronx, was hit with a raft of charges.

“Domino’s is a terrible place to work,” Thomas seethed, according to court papers. “They didn’t treat me right. They are terrible to the workers. I was punched at work and nobody helped me.”

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