Florida Man Set Up Fake Job Interviews, Stole Job-Seekers’ Identities And Urine
Gerald Washington was arrested on charges of criminal use of personal identification information and organized communications fraud because he set up a fictitious company, and stole people’s identities and collected urine samples during fake interviews.
The 19-year-old man from Pensacola, Florida created a fake online job advertisement that his company was hiring 1,100 people. According to the Tallahassee Police Department and the Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO), Washington invited job-seekers for interviews at a temporary office in Tallahassee. There he collected the applicants’ social security numbers, bank information and even urine samples. He charged the unsuspecting job-hunters a $25 application fee.
You could imagine the interview went something like this:
Gerald: Why do you want to work for this company?
Job Seeker: You guys have a nice office and you seem trustworthy.
Gerald: Where do you see yourself in five years?
Job Seeker: Advancing up the corporate ladder in your fine company.
Gerald: Hahaha! Good luck with that.
Gerald: Great, now I need a urine sample from you, for the drug test of course and totally not for me to do something super weird and sexual with it.
Why couldn’t he just steal people’s identities like a normal person? Why did he have to bring the freaky tinkle fetish into the equation? Asking for piss wasn’t necessary to pull off the ruse. Like no one leaves an interview saying, “You know what? I just realized that they didn’t collect a urine sample. This must be a fake job interview!”
So if it wasn’t necessary for scheme then it was definitely collected for his own sexual gratification. Gerald is definitely into watersports. After the interview he rushed home to give himself a golden shower while the specimen was still warm. Gerald, you’re a sick fuck.