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A series of horrifying videos posted to social media show a Subway worker in Providence, Rhode Island, walking through food on the counter before throwing it on the floor, decorating the bathroom with sandwich ingredients and drinking out of bottles before putting them back.
Jumanne, who goes by Jumanne Way - a play on the fast-food restaurant Subway - on YouTube, posted a series of stomach-churning videos showing him vandalizing the restaurant.
In a video he uploaded just yesterday, the employee showed silver tubs of ingredients laid out on the floor.
He then recorded himself as he walked across the food before placing the tubs back behind the counter - presumably to use in customers' sandwiches.
A series of horrifying videos posted to social media show Subway worker Jumanne vandalizing the restaurant in Providence, Rhode Island, at the end of his shift, including dumping the sandwich ingredients onto the bathroom floor and toilet
In one video Jumanne said: 'F*** Subway' before throwing trays of bread on the floor and walking across them
In an interview with DailyMail.com Jumanne revealed that he made the series of incriminating videos 'because I'm a content creator, so I create controversial videos to be able to potentially monetize my audience on YouTube and other social media platforms'
In another video posted last week Jumanne said: 'F*** Subway' before throwing trays of bread on the floor and walking across them.
In an interview with DailyMail.com Jumanne revealed his motive behind the videos: 'Unfortunately, I'm a content creator, so I create controversial videos to be able to potentially monetize my audience on YouTube and other social media platforms.'
He admitted that he was worried about being convicted of a crime but noted that it was 'a decision I made over time'.
'I just reached a point where I decided I would be willing to take a higher risk for a higher reward,' he added, referring to the money he would potentially make from his videos as that reward.
'There's a lot of consequences within creating controversy but I accept whatever happens.'
However, he said that he's 'still in the beginning stage' of chasing clout and couldn't comment on whether he had gotten the response he was hoping for.
'I just reached a point where I decided I would be willing to take a higher risk for a higher reward,' he added, referring to the money he would potentially make from his videos as that reward
In other videos Jumanne also emptied silver tubs of tomatoes, lettuce and deli meat onto the ground but claimed that the food was going in the garbage anyways
He would even talk about the crimes as he performed them in the videos. Jumanne said in one clip: 'All of the food - I'm going to basically just vandalize it and then I'm going to go in the drawer and I'm going to take the money, put it in my pocket'
In other videos Jumanne also emptied silver tubs of tomatoes, lettuce and deli meat onto the ground and all over the restaurant's bathroom but said that the food was going in the garbage anyways.
'I did most of my videos on Saturday. My store wasn't open on Sunday so all the food would've went in the trash because it wouldn't have been able to be served on Monday,' he said.
In a nearly four minute-long video titled Behind The Scenes: JumanneWay Quits the worker filmed himself at the end of his shift. 'Now, I'm just going to take all of this and I'm going to toss it on the ground,' he said.
'All of the food - I'm going to basically just vandalize it and then I'm going to go in the drawer and I'm going to take the money, put it in my pocket,' he added.
The video showed the man removing all the cash from the register and doing just that.
He told DailyMail.com that he didn't start making the series of videos until he put his two weeks in. He left his job at Subway - where he had worked at three different locations over the course of two years - earlier this week.
Jumanne said that his boss saw what he was doing after he watched surveillance footage but by that time Jumanne was already on his way out.
'The owner called me and was obviously feeling angry and disrespected,' he said. 'He basically asked why I did it but I didn't give him much of a response,' he explained, adding that $200 was taken out his last paycheck for the damages.
In one instance he recorded himself as he placed tubs of ingredients on the floor
Jumanne then walked across the food as one of 30 'controversial' he posted to social media in hopes of drawing attention to his films and music
He placed the tubs back behind the counter - presumably to use in customers' sandwiches
In yet another video Jumanne was seen taking sips from bottles of Gatorade and putting them back. But he later said he was going to steal the bottles instead because he had already 'put my mouth on them'
In yet another video Jumanne was seen taking sips from bottles of Gatorade and putting them back.
He addressed the gross act in another video and said: 'Alright, so, I basically gotta steal these drinks because I f****** put my mouth on them. So, put my mouth on these four Gatorades, which you would be able to see.'
Jumanne then spoke to the camera, saying that he washed the dishes, 'cleaned everything' and stayed at the restaurant about two hours and 20 minutes longer than he had to because he said he 'has a lot to think about'.
'I'm trying to figure out what's my next move,' he said, although it was unclear if he was referring to making another video or not.
But the Subway employee admitted that filming himself committing the crimes was growing tiring. 'Once I do this video I have 30 controversial videos. I thought I was going to do 100. Honestly I'm done. I'm not even sure if I want to do 50,' he said.
'I'm just really getting tired of doing these videos. I'm actually scared to upload them, to be honest with you,' he noted, yet did anyway in an inexplicable stunt to seemingly go viral.
In one video he even admitted that he was 'actually scared to upload' the videos but was more focused on the money, which seemingly outweighed any consequences
Nearly a year before he started posting the incriminating series of videos Jumanne tweeted: 'I understand the consequences of my actions but I also understand the benefits.'
Earlier today Jumanne posted a cryptic monologue to his Instagram account, where he goes by @JumanneStruggled.
'I don't want to die but sometimes I don't know if I want to live,' he said in an audio recording over a video showing a graveyard.
He added: 'Throughout my years I've felt more pain than I've felt joy and that changed me... Pain is like poison, it's only a matter of time.'
Jumanne told DailyMail.com the grim video, which he titled Pain, is part of the content creation he is trying to monetize and he has an interest in continuing to pursue his love of music and film.