Asking for a job while naked and high on meth probably isn’t a wise idea

A man presumably high on methamphetamine and wearing nothing but his birthday suit walked into a Sacramento welding shop asking for a job.  Sorry to ruin the surprise but he didn’t get the job.  I think it had something to do with him not having his resume handy, but honestly, where was he going to carry it?

The naked job applicant was identified as Jose Ayala, pictured here, who was arrested by police a short time after entering the shop owned by Chris Johnson without a stitch of clothes and rambling incoherently.  Needless to say, Johnson was a little taken aback at the site of Ayala in all his fleshy glory.

“I turn around and I’m like ‘whoa!’” Johnson said of seeing the nude man. “He said something about he was looking for work, and he was good with his hands. I didn’t know why a naked dude would be in my shop.”

Johnson escorted Ayala out of his shop, and ended up calling police after Ayala wouldn’t leave.  For some reason Mr. Johnson believes a naked, drugged-up man outside your store isn’t good for business.  Go figure.

Cops showed up and scuffled with Ayala before they were able to detain him.  He was charged with charged with with resisting arrest, indecent exposure, trying to escape and assault on a police officer.

So remember all you would-be job seekers—naked is OK, clothed is better, but naked and high on meth is out of the question.

[CBS Sacramento]


Jeff Greenwell is the writer/editor of Last Angry Fan. Jeff has been known to rock a Speedo while belting out Robert Goulet tunes from his front porch, and in his spare time he enjoys capturing and training feral goats to be his minions. Also known to dig a nice brick of cheese from time to time.
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