A 59-year old Iowa man has lost his IT job and is facing charges of second-degree criminal mischief for urinating on the chairs of his attractive co-workers.
Reports indicate that he reviewed everyone's photo on the company database, selected his "victims" based on who he found most attractive, then sneaked into the office in the off-hours to perform the act.
The West Des Moines Patch reports:
At 11:30 a.m. Saturday, the suspect – a 59-year-old Des Moines man – was allegedly caught on tape as he urinated on several chairs, causing about $4,500 damage, [Officer] Russell wrote in a report on file at the West Des Moines Police Department.
[Corporate VP] Strottman said the now-fired employee worked in the information-technology department and had access to the employee database, including workers’ photos, and 'would pick out attractive females,' according to Russell’s report.
Then, during off-hours, the suspect would come into work and urinate on their chairs, Strottman told police.
The Farm Bureau Financial Services employee left the premises without incident, saying, “I was doing inappropriate things I shouldn’t be doing.” He made no threats, and has yet to provide an explanation for his bizarre behavior.