“Ability to smash Chuck E.’s head to bits” simply is likely to be probably the most shocking a part of the job description for Chuck E. Cheese’s staff, and relying on how a lot they’ve come to hate that mouse go well with, additionally would possibly develop into probably the most satisfying half.
Although this is not a broadly mentioned matter amongst former staff, the considerably brow-raising apply got here to gentle after Patch ran a video of employees destroying the mascot’s head with sledgehammers. An worker on the just lately shuttered location defined that it was firm coverage “to destroy Chuck E. Cheese’s head and other branded items.”
Atlas Obscura spoke with mental property lawyer Meredith Rose who defined, “If you own this intellectual property writ large, you don’t want a secondary market to pop up. [You don’t want] people selling animatronic Chuck E.’s on eBay.” Makes good sense, however Loree Stark, a public curiosity lawyer who beforehand labored for the corporate, supplied that the apply additionally seemingly has to do with protecting the magic alive for the kids. “If [kids] saw a random Chuck E. head floating around, that might be a little bit problematic.”
Regardless of the case, simply know that in case you rating a job with Chuck E., you would possibly at some point need to actually destroy him, prefer it or not.