The excuses people give to miss their work have been revealed in a new survey. The list includes uniform catching fire and accidentally getting on a plane.
The survey from CareerBuilder demonstrated that that plenty of people were faking it observing that 28 percent of workers called in sick over the last year when they were feeling just fine, CBS reported.
29 percent said they wanted to relax for the day, 21 percent had a doctor's appointment and 19 percent wanted to get more sleep and approximately 11 percent said that bad weather kept them home.
Some of the worst excuses that people give includes that they got lucky last night and did not know where they were the morning or they got stuck in the blood pressure machine at the grocery store.
According to the survey, about a third of employers said they had checked on sick workers to see if they were telling the truth.