I was fired for riding a scooter and I was a good worker
It's been three months since I was fired at a restaurant that I was working for a year and six months. It was slow at work, so I had nothing to do and I decided to go outside and I see some of my co-workers riding a scooter and I rode on one and it was fun. And then, one of my managers saw us and I was trying my very best to hide from her, but little did I know, she saw me and my guess is that she ratted on me and got me fired. Afterwards, I thought nothing of it. About a week later, I was checking my schedule to see which days I had to work and it was blank except for Wednesday when they said that it was a talk with the general manager. On that day, I felt nervous that something awful was gonna happen and I was trying to think of a way to get them to keep my job and I was a excellent worker. I showed up on time, did my work, never bothered anyone, and received compliments of my work. And that's when the general manager and I went upstairs and told what I didn't want him to say, that I was on a scooter during my shift. I tried to tell him that it was slow and there was practically no one in the restaurant and he told me that this was the third time that they had to talk to me about what I was doing wrong. So he gave me my last paycheck in cash and I walked away. Now I wish I'd beat the s**t out him and the other manager for firing me because despite of that, I was a great worker and that the whole thing was bulls**t. I know that if I'd punched him, I probably would be in trouble, but it would've been worth it because my first general manager was ten times better than him. So that's all I had to say. All I'm asking is what should I do about it?