Thursday, May 29, 2008
Cleaning Up While Dressing Down
TAMPA, FL-- A nude maid stripped off her clothes and stripped a homeowner of $40,000 in jewelry in a brazen robbery in the buff.
After the 50-year-old man hired the woman from the Internet on Friday, the maid stole from his suburban Tampa home despite not wearing any clothes. The woman arrived at the home in a one-piece, light colored dress. She took off the dress and cleaned the house for $100-per-hour, authorities said.
The man told deputies he left the maid alone in the bedroom to clean. When the man's wife came home from vacation, she discovered $40,000 in jewelry missing from their bedroom.
This article is funny. So funny that almost every newspaper in the country has ran the story. But the point remains the same.
Housecleaning is easy. So easy that anyone can do it. And this incident proves yet again that just about anyone will do it at some point.
You're hiring a stranger. And the only difference between this stranger and another stranger is that she claims to be a housecleaner. Would you let a stranger on the street walk into your bedroom alone? Of course not.
Start hiring professionals. And quit hiring strangers.