Thursday, September 3, 2015

Job Applicant Goes Overboard And Sends Naked Pics To HR

Getting a job can be hard.  Some people just aren't the best at the whole interview process.  Did you wear the right clothes?  Did you shake hands well?  Remember to clearly explain your ideas?  Some people make those common mistakes and never know why they weren't chosen.

Others, take it to a whole new level.  One so mortifying and also hilarious, that there is no question why they were not the particular candidate offered a position at this time.

A 23-year-old Chicago man recently made the misdial of a lifetime when he accidentally sexted a potential employer, sending the company’s HR manager a nude picture of himself. Then, the Chicago Tribune reports, he did it again.

To be clear, he was not auditioning to be a penis model, or a porn star.  The only applicable situations where naked selfies might be viable, to me.  (Before you ask, I don't know if being a penis model is a thing, but I want to live in a world where it is.)

Looks like he lied about more than one thing on his "resume."

Authorities say the HR manager contacted police after receiving two naked selfies between August 11 and August 13, only realizing the sender was the job applicant when he made a followup call the next morning.

According to the police report, officers then “contacted the offender who admitted to sending the photographs, explaining they were actually meant for another individual and were sent to the victim in error.”

Officers subsequently advised the sexter to cease all contact with the sextee.

“There was a conditional offer of employment made to this particular applicant,” Elmhurst Police Chief Michael Ruth told the Tribune. “My understanding is they’ve rescinded the offer.”

I don't know people.  Either stop taking pictures of your body parts (which isn't going to happen) or learn to use your phone better.  They have classes for that sort of thing.  Which you will be able to attend given you don't have a job.

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