The victim's testimony came on the second day of the criminal trial of the man accused of posing as a police officer in the April 9, phone call to the restaurant. Authorities say David R. Stewart was the man who identified himself as "Officer Scott" over the phone and allegedly ordered the woman to be strip searched and, later, sexually abused.
Hoax caller duped managers of more than 70 fast food outlets in 31 US states into strip-searching, humiliating and sexually abusing customers and staff. The officer stayed on the line and told Summers that in order to preserve evidence she must instruct the girl to strip naked, put the clothes in a bag and take them away. The assistant manager did as she was told.
By Khaleda Rahman For Dailymail. A manager at a McDonald's in Indiana was arrested for taking a photo of a year-old boy in one of the restaurant's bathroom stalls. Tyler Mathew Johnson, 35, of Terre Haute, was taken into custody on charges of attempted child molesting and voyeurism, Fox59 reports.
The strip search phone call scam was a series of incidents, mostly occurring in rural areas of the United States, that extended over a period of about twelve years, starting in The incidents involved a man calling a restaurant or grocery store, claiming to be a police officer and then convincing managers to conduct strip searches of female employees, and to perform other bizarre acts on behalf of "the police". The calls were most often placed to fast-food restaurants in small towns.
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Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about. The calls were persuasive -- and perverse. The caller, often pretending to be a police officer, coaxed managers into strip-searching a worker or customer.