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We’ve all had them. The co-worker that just seems a little off. What do you do about that? How do you handle the creepy co-worker? That’s what we discuss today on Office Horror Stories!
Here’s a preview of the office horror story we will be talking about:
One day after one of my coworkers had come from this particular restroom, she came to me and told me that one of the security guards had walked in on her while she was in the bathroom but she was 100% certain that she had locked the door. We brushed it off assuming it was just an accident, maybe she hadn’t locked the door or maybe the lock was faulty. That was until a few days later another coworker came to me and told me that the same guy had walked in on her too and she was 100% sure that she had locked the door as well. At this point, I’m disturbed. I tell them that they should file a claim with HR because it’s no way that he would “accidentally” walk in on 2 people that close together when they both were adamant about locking the door. My coworkers were shocked when they both found out he had done it to both, but they kind of brushed it off again. Honestly, I felt like I was more concerned and disturbed than my coworkers who it happened to. If he’s busting in on women while they’re using the bathroom and acting as if it were an accident who knows what other sick shit, he was capable of. I was also pissed at my job for hiring yet another creep in security.
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