Monday, October 31, 2011

File This Under Bad Customer Service

Posted By on Mon, Oct 31, 2011 at 12:00 PM

When you’re a small restaurant, the last thing you need is bad publicity. Usually this comes from things like a bad review in a local newspaper, or a failed inspection at the hands of the county health department. Such an incident occurs and you circle the wagons to try and deal with it.

But having one of your employees show off his junk to a little girl? At the counter? No amount of brainstorming can plan for that.

This is the situation at The Wing Factory, at 6330 E. Golf Links Road, where on Sunday employee Elias Guerrero was arrested on an indecent exposure charge after he apparently whipped it out in front of a 9-year-old girl.

According to the Tucson Police Department, the 24-year-old Guerrero was working behind the counter Sunday afternoon when the girl, who was at the restaurant with her family, went alone to the counter and asked for extra sauce for her food.

Instead, she got a show. Guerrero allegedly lifted up his shirt, exposing himself to the girl.

TPD says the girl quickly went back to her family, who immediately left the restaurant. They called police a short time later, reported what happened, and later that afternoon arrested Guerrero.

Not surprisingly, Guerrero is a registered sex offender — in California, though — with a history of numerous exposures, TPD said.

So … who wants wings?

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