Actually, I think you could just make things easier by integrating these lists (and the one that would be made under "Work") into a single list titled "Society." Welcome to the world.
Anyone who's worked retail knows that there are some infuriating customers out there, and sometimes they need a push in the right direction. This manager had it in their head that no one should be told to leave at 2 am, so this employee made a point to show just how bad of an idea that can be. It got results. For more customer stories, here are bold and mistaken customers who were at the wrong store.
Most of us would agree that safety rules are important to follow. But when rules are enforced not on their utility but on the satisfactions of the people getting to abuse them, that's where people get petty. For another story of pettiness, here's a coworker who complained too much about free pizza and encouraged a petty feast.
Someone on AskReddit got a thread going about the various ways that people managed to troll their bosses without actually breaking the rules. You've got to hand it to anyone that puts in the time and effort to troll someone, and manages to pull that trolling off while still playing things by the book.
You either miss out on free handouts or potentially unsanitary madness, when someone has their last day on the job. Either way, it would seem these fed up and newly freed employees are living their best lives. What would you do on your last day, at your present job?