A Taco Bell employee who was excited about his last day of work at the fast food chain decided to celebrate by doing a cannonball into the kitchen sink.

Steven, the 20-year-old known as @undeaddot, shared the video on his TikTok account and nearly immediately racked up over 20 million views.

The video shows Steven standing on a stepladder next to a large sink filled to the brim with water and suds in the kitchen of a Taco Bell restaurant in West Virginia.

@undeaddotthanks for the memories 😢 but now it’s UNDEADDOT SEASON LETS GET IT!!!!! TWITCH LINK IN BIO!! ##viral♬ Into The Thick Of It! - The Backyardigans

Newsweek spoke with him, and he explained that at the restaurant, he "lightens the mood and has a good time, all while somehow keeping things professional." "Near the end of the night as we closed, I decided to fill up the sink after we were finished with everything, and dive headfirst into the sink off of a step stool for some harmless fun, and then leave the place exactly how I did every night, after cleaning up any mess, of course," he told Newsweek. Steven was leaving the job as his streaming career quickly takes off, with a quickly growing Twitch channel and his TikTok having 59.3k followers.

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In the video, he cannonballs into the sink, and stays submerged for a few seconds before coming up. He says in a follow up video that he did stay and clean up the sink and the water around it.

@undeaddot
seriously can not thank you guys enough for the support but… the new chapter of our life starts TODAY… hop on the journey with me 😉
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