But he and James U. Smith III, who represents employers, said they've never heard of an employer strip-searching a worker and that it would be permissible only in the most limited settings, such as a defense plant entrusted with protecting military secrets. Experts on employment law say companies should train every new employee that they don't have to submit to a strip-search under any circumstance, regardless of who orders it. Companies also should periodically inform operators and franchisees about strip-search hoaxes and other current scams, said Atlanta lawyer Mary Ann B. She was a high school senior who had just turned 18 -- a churchgoing former Girl Scout who hadn't received a single admonition in her four months working at the McDonald's in Mount Washington. But when a man who called himself "Officer Scott" called the store on April 9, , and said an employee had been accused of stealing a purse, Louise Ogborn became the suspect.
Strip search phone call scam
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Louise Ogborn was an 18 year old McDonald's worker who got called into the manager's office after the manager received a call accusing the teen of stealing a customer's purse. Little did the assistant manager Donna Summers and the worker know that the "police officer" on the other line was just a prankster that was playing a trick that would change their lives forever. During the whole 3 hour ordeal, Louise Ogborn was spanked for almost 10 minutes, forced to do jumping jacks naked, ordered to give Walter Nix a blowjob, and was exposed to several employees of the restaurant. The result was a degrading experience by an outside caller who was getting off on virtual voyeurism. At our Adult Doorway network, we do not force anybody to get naked, but we bring you some of the hottest first timers on the web doing the naughtiest things.
The McDonald’s Strip Search Scam
The victim's testimony came on the second day of the criminal trial of the man accused of posing as a police officer in the April 9, phone call to the restaurant. Authorities say David R. Stewart was the man who identified himself as "Officer Scott" over the phone and allegedly ordered the woman to be strip searched and, later, sexually abused. If convicted, he could be sentenced to more than 15 years in prison. The fast-food restaurant's on-duty assistant manager, Donna Summers has already been sentenced to probation in connection to the incident.
The strip search phone call scam was a series of incidents, mostly occurring in rural areas of the United States, that extended over a period of about twelve years, starting in The incidents involved a man calling a restaurant or grocery store, claiming to be a police officer and then convincing managers to conduct strip searches of female employees, and to perform other bizarre acts on behalf of "the police". The calls were most often placed to fast-food restaurants in small towns. Over 70 such occurrences were reported in 30 U. Stewart was acquitted of all charges in the Mount Washington case.