Why Chipotle doesn’t really deserve its ‘No Pigeons’ tag, as the ‘Pigeons of Death’ meme continues to grow

Chipotle, the fast-casual restaurant chain, has come under fire over the past few days after a viral video that shows an employee allegedly throwing a bag of chips onto the ground and making a statement about the sandwich chain’s mascot, Chipotle.

According to a report by BuzzFeed, the video was made by a disgruntled employee who posted it to Twitter after the chain’s CEO, Brian Niccol, called out Chipotle’s CEO for the video’s release.

The video was posted on Tuesday night by a user named @Chipotle.

In the video, an employee of Chipotle is seen handing a bag to a man, who appears to be wearing a hat and sunglasses.

The employee says, “This is my Chipotle,” before saying, “Pigeon.”

The employee then proceeds to toss chips into the air, which cause the employee to yell, “No pigeons, please!”

The employee continues to yell until he starts yelling “F— Chipotle!”

He then runs out of the restaurant.

BuzzFeed reported that a spokesperson for Chipotle said the employee in the video had “a very bad day.”

“As a result of the video released on Monday, an internal investigation has been opened and an internal disciplinary action has been taken,” the spokesperson said.

The CEO of Chipotles parent company, Chipetel, said in a statement that the company would be “taking appropriate actions” as a result.

“We are appalled that anyone would do such a terrible thing, and we have zero tolerance for any behavior that is contrary to our values and values of inclusion, fairness and respect,” Chipetels CEO, Dan Veal, said.

Chipotle posted a statement on Twitter that said, “We are committed to providing our employees with a safe, healthy, and enjoyable workplace environment.”

“We want to apologize for any embarrassment or distress caused by the video,” the statement continued.

“We will continue to work with our employees and others who were involved to provide them with a safer and more productive workplace environment and are committed for this to continue to happen.