The baker saw that Joseph's explanation of the dream was good, so he said to him, "I also had a dream. I dreamed there were three bread baskets on my head.
In the top basket were all kinds of baked food for the king, but the birds were eating this food out of the basket on my head."
Joseph answered, "I will tell you what the dream means. The three baskets stand for three days.
Before the end of three days, the king will cut off your head! He will hang your body on a pole, and the birds will eat your flesh."
Three days later, on his birthday, the king gave a feast for all his officers. In front of his officers, he released from prison the chief officer who served his wine and the chief baker.
The king gave his chief officer who served wine his old position, and once again he put the king's cup of wine into the king's hand.
But the king hanged the baker on a pole. Everything happened just as Joseph had said it would,
but the officer who served wine did not remember Joseph. He forgot all about him.