The devil is in the details
A 666 tax form led to a man quitting his job. Walter Slonopas of Nashville says his W-2 was stamped with the number 666, which he considers the "mark of the beast", or the devil. He says accepting that number would have condemned his soul to hell. The company that does payroll for his former company says the number just mean Slonopas' form was the 666th mailed out. He says he's had trouble with that number before. He was supposed to be assigned No. 668 to use when he clocked in as a maintenance worker for Contech Casting. Because of a mix-up, he says he was assigned 666. He complained and got a new number. Contech says it'll send another W-2 and wants Slonopas to come back to work. He says he won't.
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