My friend was just fired from his job. He ran a summer day camp for young children at the local YMCA. They went on a field trip to a recycling center and were out in the near 100 degree heat for a while, so on the way back my friend bought all the kids a Frosty from Wendy's. When he got back he was told he should not have bought the Frosties and was fired on the spot right in front of his group of kids. That got the kids upset and some of them started crying, and a number of the parents are outraged at the termination as well. My friend was well liked by the kids and parents, and has not been in any kind of trouble at the job. He did not drive any extra distance, and paid for the Frosties with his own money. He has not had any kind of disciplinary action at the job previously, and the person who fired him created a scene that was totally unnecessary. My question is, does he have any kind of case for wrongful termination?