Only seven weeks into the year and Japan already has a new buzzword to worry about. In the past few weeks, baito tero (part-timer terrorism) has become a major talking point on social media following a string of incidents featuring workers at various chain establishments behaving badly. If you’re eating while reading this, it might be a good idea to finish what’s in front of you before going any further.

The issue started to crop up at the end of January after a clip that was uploaded on YouTube included footage of a Sukiya employee throwing ice around the restaurant and while another placed a piece of kitchen equipment on their crotch.

However, that was just an appetizer for a video that would turn this into a much larger discussion online. The upload captured a worker at a Kura Sushi restaurant in Osaka throwing sliced fish into a trash can before bringing it back to the cutting board.