Typically when quitting or resigning from a position, you hand in your letter of resignation and bow out gracefully. But that's not always the case.
A study in the Journal of Applied Psychology that looked at more than 500 recent grads and online participants who recently quit their jobs provided insight into their method of resignation.
Almost a third of participants took the professional route -- writing out letters of resignation and discussing the departure with their employer. Other respondents admitted to quitting without full transparency, quitting on impulse or having someone else quit for them. A full 10 percent admitted to a “bridge burning” or “screw it” style of goodbye.
So who are these gutsy 10 percenters? We did some digging and found some individuals who fit the bill. Here are 10 outrageous ways people have quit their jobs.