We have all had a bad job interview at some point in our career, but nothing can compare with this young man’s epic fail during an interview that went from bad to worse in mere seconds.
In South Charleston, West Virginia, a 21-year-old man was interviewing for a job as a police officer when he admitted that he had sexually assaulted a woman after a night of drinking.
According to WCHS, the pre-employment interview occurred on Feb. 8, when a man identified as Tyler Ray Price confessed to a police officer that he had sex with a woman who was under the extreme influence of alcohol and that he had recorded the incident. Price’s statements were investigated by local authorities shortly thereafter.
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After speaking with the young woman Price mentioned in his interview, police learned that she had not consented to the sexual encounter. Furthermore, she had no recollection of having sex with Price, nor did she know that a recording of Price and his sick act existed.
Price reportedly contacted the woman after his interview and confessed to the crime. He was being held on a $25,000 bond and facing up to 25 years in prison for sexual assault.
This is absolutely sick and Price deserves to go to jail for his crime. It is important that these pre-employment interviews are conducted and this is a perfect example of why.
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With police departments around the country under attack by protesters who claim cops are the enemy of their communities, the last thing any department needs is an officer who admits to taking advantage of helpless victims.
In this case, the police caught someone applying for a job who would not be qualified to join the men and women who vow to protect and serve. Good job on the part of the South Charleston Police Department.
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