HR Strange But True!
September 01, 2011

A former Taco Bell employee is now facing a felony charge for false imprisonment after allegedly handcuffing himself to a female employee.

A 24-year-old Georgia man who had been turned down several times by an 18-year-old co-worker was arrested after trying to handcuff himself to her.

According to The Smoking Gun, the female employee had declined his advances on several occasions and even took on different shifts to avoid working with him.

Last month, he allegedly took it too far and handcuffed himself to his love interest in the parking lot after work. Reports say that fellow Taco Bell workers came to her rescue and persuaded the man to release her.

He was arrested last week and is facing a felony charge.


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