Farm Bureau Employee Caught on Office Camera
Oh, the irony of it!
Police were called to the offices of the Iowa Farm Bureau to investigate the case of an employee who had been caught urinating on the office chairs of four female co-workers.
According to the Des Moines Register:
The man had worked in the organization’s information technology department and had access to all the company’s computers and the employee database, Farm Bureau officials told the police.
According to police documents, the man would look up employee photos in the agency’s database. He “would pick out the attractive females and then on off-hours, he would come into work, go to their desk, and urinate on their chairs.”
Employees started complaining about stains on their chairs last October. But the Farm Bureau was only recently able to identify the suspect.
How did they catch him?
They installed surveillance cameras.
Yes, that’s the Iowa Farm Bureau – the same organization that lobbied so hard for passage of the state’s Ag-Gag bill that makes it illegal to capture undercover video of farm animals being abused.
When it comes to abusing office chairs, it seems, that’s a whole other matter.