Former JetBlue flight attendant Steven Slater has reportedly been offered the chance to host his very own reality show. Slater could be the new host of a show “in which various disgruntled workers quit their jobs in extravagant ways.”

Jetblue Flight Attendant Steven Slater (MySpace)

JetBlue Flight Attendant Steven Slater (MySpace)

Ex-JetBlue flight attendant Steven Slater infamously quit his job after an alleged scuffle with a passenger by ranting about rude customers over the loudspeaker and exiting the plane dramatically via the emergency chute.

Slater has since become something of a folk hero for the working class over the stunt. Questions have been raised, however, about the alleged events leading up to his dramatic walk – or slide – off the job.

Stone & Company Entertainment has now reportedly offered Slater a gig hosting a show all about crazy ways people quit their jobs. We think that would actually be kind of fun to watch. God knows we’ve quit jobs in the past in extremely wacky ways!

If Slater’s version of what happened turns out to be “a big hoax,” as some have accused, he could find himself laid off from this new reality show gig pronto.

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