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Tue Jul 1, 2014, 12:20 PM

A Carrollton Worker's Boss Punched and Stun-Gunned Him in the Junk, Lawsuit Claims

Total Building Maintenance, Inc., in Carrollton, is in the business of cleanliness. For its corporate clients, it cleans carpets and washes windows, among other janitorial duties. But if a new lawsuit filed recently is to be believed, the company, especially its chief operations officer, Neil Chopra, has been engaged in some less-than-clean activities.

In mid-2011, a man named Christopher Key started working for the cleaning company. He moved up its ranks quickly. After only a few months, he was promoted, and Chopra became his immediate supervisor. Around the same time as his promotion, however, Key's boss hit him for the first time, he claims in the lawsuit.

One day, Key claims, Chopra punched him in the testicles. He fell to the floor. Stop it, he told Chopra, who responded strangely. He told the man he had just punched that he was only joking, only playing around, Key claims.

Every Friday afternoon, Chopra held meetings that employees were required to attend. After the meetings wrapped up, Chopra would start punching, according to the lawsuit. And it wasn't just Key who got the shaft. He observed other employees receiving the same treatment, he claims.

The continuation of this story gets even worse at http://blogs.dallasobserver.com/unfairpark/2014/07/man_claims_his_male_boss_sexually_assaulted_him_by_hitting_him_in_the_testicles_repeatedly.php .

[font color=green]If this story is verified, I'd love to see a huge judgment put this employer out of business.[/font]

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Glorfindel Jul 2014 #1

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Tue Jul 1, 2014, 12:33 PM

1. Most likely, Total Building Maintenance, Inc., is a closely-held corporation

Therefore, it is entitled to its own religious beliefs and the free exercise thereof. Mr. Chopra's deep faith probably requires him to punch his employees in the gonads. It would be wrong to force him not to practice his religion.

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