I'm a pub boss and I'm tired of lazy people stinking of urine with smelly breath and fruity pits turning up for a job

A NO-NONSENSE pub landlord has been heralded as a legend for his straight-talking job ad.

Craig Harker said people with smelly pits and bad breath who stink of pee and booze need not apply to the raft of positions available at The George Bar and Grill.

It comes as Craig, 34, is expanding the Stockton-On-Tees based bar to locations across Co Durham, North Yorks and the Yorkshire coast.

He wrote on Facebook: "You've all seen the George on FB and know the awesome food we knock out. Parmos banging, Smash Burgers Unreal and Unbelievable Sunday Dinners.

"Have you worked in a kitchen? Are you a chef or cook? Are you a quick learner and not one for these that need showing again and again and again and still get it f**King wrong lol we need people who can hit the ground running.

"Don't know how much time we've wasted on the wrong people so please only apply if you have the work ethic to succeed."

He added that since chefs are a "dying breed" due to leaving the industry in droves, Craig is prepared to "personally put the time and effort in to train the right people".

He said: "You must be smart, presentable and not come in absolutely stinking of drink or p**s after a night out.

"It doesn't take much to wash and look after your presentation, I'll even throw in a tooth brush and a George chefs jacket. If you need a mint before the interview then there's a shop next door.

"If you feel your pitts are a little fruity then nip and buy some deodorant quickly before the interview."

The George is currently advertising for four chef positions, and online marketing consultants.

The legendary boss promises discounted drinks at the Irish Bar, karaoke and FREE cake on Sundays.

The post has attracted almost 300 likes and more than 100 comments from social media users who hailed Craig's straight-talking as "the best job advert".

Grace Marshall said: "Best job advert straight to the point. Love it."

David Burgess said: "When do I start? Sounds like a perfect job!"

Mark Ohalleron joked: "I don’t think you could get a better boss.

Wendy Green added: "I don’t think you could get a better boss," with Louise Hutchinson joking: "Hit the nail right on the head with them interview technique."

But Jill Graham warned in a tongue-in-cheek comment: "You're  heading for a tribunal there mate!"

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