Employers of Reddit, what is the most scandalous thing you have ever encountered during a background check of an applicant? (self.AskReddit)

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2561 comments submitted at 20:21:22 on Feb 17, 2014 by scrotesandhoney

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  • kmmeerts
  • -6 Points
  • 00:19:14, 18 February

They don't have to know. I'm pretty sure it's illegal to make public stuff like that in a decent country.

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  • Cheese_Grits
  • 10 Points
  • 00:41:01, 18 February

In my country, any public records are free to the public, because the public owns the records themselves.

If the People find you guilty of a charge, then I can read the record of your charge because I am the people.

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  • OneEyedMcGee
  • 3 Points
  • 06:18:42, 18 February

True but you have to watch what you do in the workplace because it could be considered harrassment.

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  • Diclbeard
  • -9 Points
  • 02:19:07, 18 February

TIL reddit has pedo's

Now give me karma!

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  • kmmeerts
  • 2 Points
  • 02:34:51, 18 February

Justice for all, apart from the people I find icky eh.

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  • Diclbeard
  • 1 Points
  • 06:22:41, 18 February

And indiscriminate black people in south central la on crack, they're just the remainder in the equation. Much like the child after a pedo diddles them