Pervy job applicant sought after taking upskirt shot at "Elite Lube"

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Police in Baytown, Texas are looking for a man accused of taking an upskirt shot of a customer at an oil-change shop. Their task may be easier than usual as the suspect filled out a job application.

The incident occurred at Elite Lube & Inspection last week when a woman who stopped in to have her car's inspection performed was standing by the oil-change pit and saw a flash coming from underneath. Realizing that she'd also been inspected, she promptly called the cops.

The shop's manager, Deandre Johnson, had apparently finished interviewing the amateur photographer and left him in the pit while going for some replacement parts. By the time Johnson returned and the police arrived the applicant/miscreant was gone.

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Inappropriate behavior during a job-application process has now officially hit subterranean levels.

(Hat tip to @jatorres)

Photo Credit: Shutterstock.com/Zeijko Radojko

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