FML - The follow-up
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Hello there! OP Here! Sorry for the long post in advance! Thank you for all the comments! 1) I went for a walk outside while my boyfriend was off at a meeting at the main office (It's a HUGE Company). Since he was gone for hours I was trying to entertain myself. The man approached me outside the hotel as I was coming in. I only knew he worked for the same company because he had on a company shirt and was talking with a large group of other people wearing the same shirt. He stepped into my path
By CreeptacularBait - / Wednesday 16 March 2016 21:33 / United States - Reston
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She can still report the guy that followed her back to the hotel room even if she doesn't work for the company since he is at a work function and violated company policy (all companies have a policy regarding sexual harassment or general harassment). and even if this isn't covered underneath a harassment cluase, it still reflects poorly on the company and the company can act on that alone.


Agreed. In situations like that you keep walking. Don't ever let them see your final destination. If you don't want to do all extra leg work, a confident and rather loud "May I ask why you're following me?" usually does the trick. At the very least it gets other people's attention.


Perhaps she assumed he was just going in the same direction (or something along those lines) but then realized he was following her when he took the obvious glance at her room number? Or he followed her from a distance and she only noticed him once already there...who knows. In any case, what's done is done, so she should just report the incident.

Or he could be an agent sent to eliminate your boyfriend, because your boyfriend is actually a deep undercover agent. He double crossed some people years ago and now they're getting revenge, so they're using you to get to him. But that's not likely. Hope you can get your creeper problem fixed OP.

I would of went to the hotel front desk and told them I was being followed there so if they saw him come into the hotel and not check out a room to have him removed.

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