By badjob - 12/9/2009 06:32 - United States
Today, I called the company with whom I had a job interview last week, which I thought went great, but hadn't heard back from. One of the interviewers claimed that I tried to grope her. FML
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By  fastcared  |  1

A similar thing happened to me; turns out the false claim against me was made by a very overweight woman who has a very negative self image.

She claimed that I called her a "fat pig" -- Like I would do that during a job interview ???

Really weird, but there you are.

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  KaySL  |  24

I remember the good old days when it was just common courtesy to molest/crush the interviewer's balls/boobs. Jesus Christ, they just don't appreciate it anymore.

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  xMooMoox  |  0

Maybe she didn't want to work with him because she got a bad vibe, maybe he stared at her chest but he had good credentials so she had to say something drastic so they wouldn't hire him.

Maybe shes just a pathological liar who gets off on attention, either way I don't think they would make good coworkers.

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  Topasofmagic  |  17

I'm pretty sure OP didn't grope her, there were probably just some misunderstanding (forgot, is groping something physical or verbal...) or the interviewer is a cunt/bitch/other words fitting for her. In second thought, the later part is the most likely. B/

By  fastcared  |  1

A similar thing happened to me; turns out the false claim against me was made by a very overweight woman who has a very negative self image.

She claimed that I called her a "fat pig" -- Like I would do that during a job interview ???

Really weird, but there you are.

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  xMooMoox  |  0

That sucks but maybe you did with your eyes, haha. Did you get the false claim cleared up? Or did you just move on?

I don't know why anyone would believe her if she sat through a entire interview with you if someone was an ass to me or tried to grope me the interview would be over right then and on the latter part security called.