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Man Accused of Peeing on Coworker’s Chairs


Raymond Foley

(Credit: West Des Moines Police)

Everyone has that creepy guy in the office, but does your creepy guy pee on your seat for months leaving it covered in stains? Probably not. But for workers Farm Bureau Financial Services was arrested after he allegedly did just that, according to the Des Moines Register.


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Raymond Charles Foley, 59, was literally caught with his pants down after a surveillance video recorded him allegedly urinating on four female co-workers’ chairs.

Foley was able to pee on women’s chairs freely since he worked for a company that set up security cameras. After multiple women continually complained of suspicious stains on their chairs in October, the West Des Moines Patch reported., video surveillance was set up to catch the peeing bandit in the act. Foley was officially caught on Saturday at about 11:30 a.m. after the videos showed him allegedly peeing on all four chairs.

Foley’s victims weren’t picked at random, either. It is being suspected that he went through the company’s database of worker profiles to find his victims and choose the ones he fancied.

“[He] would pick out the attractive females and then on off-hours, he would come into work, go to their desk, and urinate on their chairs,” an officer wrote down in a report that was obtained by the Register.

According to Foley’s supervisor who spoke to Patch, Foley knew was he was doing was wrong. He admitted he “was doing inappropriate things I shouldn’t be doing,” before he ultimately got fired. Foley turned himself in to police on Monday and was charged with second-degree criminal mischief.

Foley’s worst hit victims were the ladies chairs. His urine caused an estimated $4,500 worth of damage to the chairs.

What do you think about the peeing bandit? Pretty gross.

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