Woman shares 'terrifying' letter from hotel worker who posted note through door

Woman shares 'terrifying' letter from hotel worker who posted note through door

5/11/2021 8:28:00 PM

Woman shares 'terrifying' letter from hotel worker who posted note through door

A woman who was staying at a hotel was left feeling terrified after one of the workers sent an anonymous explicit letter to her room, which she later shared on social media

In the note, the employee told the woman that they would "love to pleasure them orally," in return for a tip.A photo of the note was posted on Twitter - prompting a discussion about inappropriate behaviour.The woman, who wants to remain anonymous, said it was a male employee who left the creepy note after she tipped him.

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She told The Mirror: "When I checked out I left the note on the back and said I had a boyfriend as a way of protecting myself. "I'm not sure, it was just weird in the moment."The full letter said: "Thank you greatly for the tip, you really didn't have to.

"I'm happy I had a chance to lay eyes on you again. You're amazingly beautiful."I hope I'm not being rude, I'm trying to practice speaking up for myself and being more confident."I would be kicking myself in the ass tomorrow if I did not say something. Would love to get to know you but you probably have someone special. headtopics.com

"PS. I didn't earn the tip. Would love to please you for an hour orally."The woman said she did not report the man, who was the only male working, over fear that he could access her room.She said: "I didn't turn him in because he dropped it under my door and I found it at 11:30 pm and he didn't sign it.

"I didn't know his name and I didn't want to have to talk to him. I was also kind of just scared because he worked there and had access to my keys."The note sparked a slew of outrage online, as many people rushed to criticise the "terrifying" letter, as one person dubbed it.

One woman wrote: "I would feel so icky after receiving this. He does have very distinct penmanship though."I wonder if they could ask staff to submit a handwriting sample without telling them why." Read more: Daily Mirror »

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