I wouldn't either. Someone wrote "F__K FIZER" on the pilots lounge mens bathroom stall at KSLC at my old regional airline. FIZER stood for Tony Fizer who was a very hated Chief Pilot at the SLC hub. He always talked down to pilots, always harassed them, always was looking for confrontation. So this genius goes and hires a handwriting expert to compare the handwriting with the pilots at the base and picks the one guy he thinks did it. Of course the pilot he picked had nothing to do with it. Nor did this idiot think it could have been one our pilots from another base just passing thru SLC. So he fires the guy(I don't know why the company let him do that or if he did it on his own). I think he needs HR's approval to fire a guy so I"m sure they signed off on it. The pilot had a boat load of cash and decided to sue the company. After over a year and $100,000 in attorneys fees, the pilot won. He got his job back, back pay, plus damages. The Salt Lake Tribune made sure it was a very public trial. The company looked really bad after that whole debacle. But it goes to show you how far mgmt was willing to go, just to satisfy their childish/egotistical desires.
Damn its been a long time. I found the link. https://www.employmentlawgroup.com/wp-content/pdf/douglas-v-skywest-airlines.pdf
Judge backs pilot who grounded self
If I remember correctly, Skywest eventually got fed up with Tony Fizer and took away his Chief Pilot status. A few months later, Tony crashed his helicopter into a hangar. Most of those guys are coming up on the early 70's now and long gone.