Hotel Guest Awakens to Manager Sucking His Feet

A work trip for a hotel guest from Texas turned into a “nightmare” when he woke up to find a Hilton manager sucking his feet, he told Tennessee news sites.

Now, the man who is accused of attacking the woman at the Hilton Nashville Downtown early one morning has been caught. The man, who was named as 52-year-old David Neal, did not have an agent listed in the news.

When McClatchy News asked for comment, a Hilton representative sent an email saying that the Nashville Downtown property is run by itself.

“The safety and security of our guests and team members is our highest priority,” the Nashville hotel said in a statement. “We’re working closely with the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department, and it’s against company policy to talk about investigations that are still going on.”

The Case Started on March 30

The case started on March 30, when a man from Texas said he was working at the hotel. He was sleeping in his locked hotel room at about 5 a.m. when Neal came in “without knocking or announcing himself,” according to a claim filed by the Rocky McElhaney Law Firm for negligence and invasion of privacy.

The guest said that when he woke up, Neal was sexually sucking on his toes. WZTV was told by the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department that the guest later found out that Neal had been in his room the day before to fix a problem with the TV.

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The police think that Neal made a key card to get into the room of a guest. He told the police that he went inside because he could smell smoke, the TV station said.

“When you close your eyes, you feel like you’re safe and protected, and it was a complete violation,” the hotel guest told WKRN. “I just couldn’t believe it.”

Officials said that Neal was fired from the hotel and arrested on May 5. He was charged with “aggravated burglary and assault,” WSMV and other news outlets were told by police.

On May 8, McClatchy News asked the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department for more details, but they didn’t answer right away.

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