If you're ever so tired of working one day and wonder why you can't retire at the ripe old age of 65, please remember this man: The Sun tells the story of an 88-year-old man who they claim is the "oldest McDonald's worker," who has no plans to retire soon.
Bill Dudley, 88, works as a customer care manager in Mold, North Wales, The Sun reports, despite his pacemaker, angina, and replacement knee. The great-grandfather still works for six hours a day, two days a week, because, "Sitting at home can get boring," Dudley tells The Sun. "I’m not a drinker and my wife won’t let me touch the garden as she does all that. “
Dudley had worked as a taxi worker beforehand for 15 years, as well as working at an aircraft manufacturer. But considering how grueling we know restaurant work to be, we have to give props to Dudley, who seems to enjoy his work at Mickey D's. "After four days off at home I look forward to coming to work because I like talking to people and meeting people — that’s why I loved the taxi work," Dudley says. We can no longer complain about freezing cold offices.