Thursday, November 20, 2008

Never look background

In today's tough economy, everybody needs a good job. There are certain jobs that have requirements, however, that aren't right for everyone. Case in point:
A mid-Michigan man who'd been looking for work found trouble after an arrest warrant popped up during a background check at a police station. Police also found cocaine in his pocket. The company the man was applying to required a police background check.

The Jackson Citizen Patriot reported that after running the 29-year-old man's name through their computer system Wednesday, police learned he was wanted on a domestic violence charge.
When the cops arrested him, they found several rocks of crack cocaine in his pocket—a must for any serious job-seeker. Although the article doesn't specify whether or not he got the job, but I'm guessing that no, they probably didn't.

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