Taco Bell Crime of the Week: Creepy Employee Handcuffs Himself to Fellow Employee Who Spurned Advances!
Every week brings a slew of weird crimes committed at Taco Bells across the country, but we must always pay respect to the granddaddy of weird crime reports: The Smoking Gun. So when they report on a food crime, we give them a shameless plug--especially when it involves the Bell.
Take it, o hallowed website!
A Georgia man who has been pestering a female coworker at Taco Bell for a date handcuffed himself to the woman in a bizarre incident that landed him in shackles and facing a felony false imprisonment rap.
Love-struck weirdo Jason Dean, 24, allegedly handcuffed the 18-year-old woman Monday night in the parking lot of the fast food joint in Ringgold, according to a police report. The teenager was freed after other Taco Bell workers convinced Dean, pictured in the mug shot at right, to release her.
The victim, cops reported, had repeatedly rebuffed Dean's advances over the past month and even had her work shift changed to avoid her creepy would-be suitor.
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