He did if he ever opened those file cabinets

It's moving day for this network engineer who's very particular about his file cabinets, reports a pilot fish on the scene.

"He placed Post-It notes on the three cabinets numbered "1," "2" and "3," fish says. "He made a big deal about it, explaining to the guys doing the moving that the cabinets must be placed in this order in his new office.

"After they moved them, one of my coworkers slipped in and switched two of the tags.

"The engineer came in, saw the order was not correct and ripped the mover, forcing him to swap the cabinets to the 'correct' order.

"To this day, we don't know if he ever realized what happened."

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