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HotelMinion
08-14-2015, 08:03 AM
A police car pulls up and and dumps a girl dressed like a hooker on our doorstep. For real. She has this tight dress that is the smallest I've ever seen, and I've seen small. On Friday and Saturday night I see girls dressed in club wear with their boobs out to their areolas, miniskirt slit on their thigh waaaay high, and yeah. But this girl's dress was even worse than average clubwear, waaaay too small so that everytime she bent I was afraid it'd split--that's how small! and she wasn't a skinny nor mini herself either. Ton of thick gold chains.

So the girl comes up all wobbly, and I guess she's drunk, but I don't smell any booze on her. She mumbles, "Can I have a hotel roommm...mmm????"

I say ok, and then start going thru the usual to check her in. She gets out her phone (uh oh pet peever!) and starts talking and sobbing into it. Like really hard.

I say um, are you ok? She ignores me and continues to sob and talk to someone on her phone. Ok, whatever. I ask for credit card and ID.

She digs in her purse, still talking and sobbing, and she's swiping her nose with her hand and sniffling so they came really wet. Yuck. I run them thru and surprise (not) it's declined.

I tell her it is, and ask if she has another. She gives me what is her mom's card, and I say I can't accept this. I explain the rules, and she screams into her phone. (Yes, she's still talking on it) She hands me her gross, sticky phone, and says "Talk."

"Um, to who?"

Turns out it was her mom on the phone, and she explains that she's out of town and can't authorize the card for her demented daughter. I tell her over and over that I have to have written consent. We go around for a while, then her daughter snatches her phone back, and says:

"Look! I've JUST been beaten up by my boyfriend! YOU can't do ANYTHING?!"

She shows me scratches on her arm that look really shallow, like a cat did it. And they don't look fresh. However, I'm inclined to believe her, since she came in a cruiser. But my sympathy is limited to drama. I say no and she storms off. Still on her phone. She calls someone else, and that someone picks her up. Why she didn't do that before I don't know. On her way out, she punches our door and leaves the luggage cart in the middle of the road, it rolls and hits a parked car. Very expensive looking parking car. I go to fetch it and fix the door, and a nice dent it on it's paint job. I hope the person is the nice forgiving sort...
Jeez why cant the police drive her to a motel instead.

Monterey Jack
08-14-2015, 01:46 PM
Why couldn't the police drive her HOME?

catcul
08-14-2015, 01:58 PM
Why couldn't the police drive her HOME?

I think she may have told them that she wanted to stay there for the night.

EricKei
08-14-2015, 02:51 PM
It could be that her "home" is where the boyfriend in question is, or where he went looking for her.

What I wanna know is, why didn't the officer get her a hotel voucher for the night? The po-po and many churches here have a stack of these squirreled away for people who cannot afford an overnight stay to use from time to time (first come first served basis, of course).

eltf177
08-14-2015, 08:08 PM
The officer should definitely have spoken to SOMEONE at the hotel before just dropping off this shining specimen of humanity and leaving. This was not good.

Would filing a complaint help? Probably not, just get HotelMinion in trouble...

notalwaysright
08-14-2015, 08:44 PM
She should have to pay for the damage she did. I'm not real sympathetic to "I'm so drunk/upset that I shouldn't be responsible for my actions!" I guess that makes me super mean, but I've been around people who do stuff like that and never get called on it because there's always some situation that they blame it on. (please don't think I'm talking about abuse victims, I'm talking about people who say "but I was drunk" like it fixes things)

MoonCat
08-15-2015, 02:57 AM
Why didn't she ask the cops to drive her to the home of the person who eventually came and picked her up?

HotelMinion
08-15-2015, 03:22 AM
She should have to pay for the damage she did. I'm not real sympathetic to "I'm so drunk/upset that I shouldn't be responsible for my actions!" I guess that makes me super mean, but I've been around people who do stuff like that and never get called on it because there's always some situation that they blame it on. (please don't think I'm talking about abuse victims, I'm talking about people who say "but I was drunk" like it fixes things)

NO you're not super mean. I agree wholeheartedly. Abuse is bad and a hotel is no place for it or its victims. The reason I suggested a motel is because they have a lax-er rule on accepting other credit cards, but maybe the cop should've taken her to a women's shelter. Or even a homeless shelter. Dumb rookie! I swear they'll hire anyone for that as long as they know the chief, it seems! I was ten seconds away from calling them and telling them to take her someplace else!
After google for a women's shelter I saw one like 6 miles away from us. Not too far. And I noticed that there's a button to quick delete all your computer's cookies and such on it. I guess so the DH or BF doesn't see??? Wow.:eek:

bainsidhe
08-17-2015, 04:43 AM
Any way to hold the woman accountable for the damage? If you still have her name, that is. And if you don't, then the police that dropped her off should have it. :(

taxguykarl
08-17-2015, 05:20 PM
maybe the cop should've taken her to a women's shelter. Or even a homeless shelter.Agreed there. That's the procedure in most cities.

bhskittykatt
08-21-2015, 07:26 PM
When I worked at the Hotel 4+2, I had my fair share of battered women come through. Cops usually took them to one of the women's shelters, but when they were full they would usually call us and check our availability and explain the situation, then they'd escort the woman inside and made sure she got a room and then they'd escort her to her room safely before leaving.

Just dumping and running like that...yeah that doesn't sit right with me.

WishfulSpirit
08-28-2015, 04:22 AM
If that happened at my hotel, I think I'd ask my manager to call the local PD and get in touch with their Sargent. Whether she was drunk, high, or just in some other kind of distress, you don't just dump someone off at a hotel, especially without considering if they have means to pay.