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Man woke up to hotel worker 'sucking on his toes' at end of the bed

Man woke up to hotel worker 'sucking on his toes' at end of the bed

A Nashville man has now been arrested in connection with the incident

A hotel guest was woken up in the middle of the night by the building’s evening manager sucking on his toes, according to local police.

As reported by WKRN, Metropolitan Police said that David Neal, a 52-year-old night manager at the 4th Avenue South Hilton Hotel in Nashville, entered the unnamed male's room at roughly 5am.

They said that he had created a keycard which granted access to the male hotel guests’ room, which he reportedly entered on the morning of March 30.

According to the New York Post, the guest was woken up by Neal sucking on his toes and proceeded to confront him immediately.

It’s said that the sleeper recognised Neal as one of the Hilton Hotel employees as he had actually been in the guest’s room the day before to fix his television.

David Neale has been arrested for allegedly sucking on a hotel guests toes.

Police said that Neal admitted he had entered the man’s room but said it was because he ‘smelled smoke’ and wanted to make sure that the guest was okay.

It's said that Neal never reported smelling smoke to any other staff members.

There were also no other claims of a potential fire hazard made by other guests or front-of-house workers.

The cloned keycard which allowed Neal access to the room has yet to be recovered but the perpetrator has since been arrested.

It’s reported that Metro Nashville Police Department took him into custody at his home in Lebanon on May 5 and he has since been charged with aggravated burglary and assault.

Police have jailed Neal on a $27,000 (£21000) bond, according to WKRN.

The hotel released a statement which read: “The safety and security of our guests and team members is our highest priority. We are working closely with the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department, and, as part of company policy, we do not comment on ongoing investigations”.

The 4th Avenue South Nashville Hilton Hotel where the incident is alleged to have taken place.

Back in the UK, there has been another recent report of hotel bedroom havoc — with one man stating that a complete stranger managed to access his hotel room and get in bed with him.

Mason Sanders from Hertfordshire was apparently staying at Hunton Park Hotel and was awoken from his sleep by a stranger fumbling around in his room.

Sanders said that after discovering the intruder, he kicked the man out of his room and immediately headed to reception to discuss the incident.

In a statement, the 24-year-old said: “I reached out my arm thinking my partner was next to me.

“But instead it was some random drunk guy. The receptionist just handed a complete stranger the key to my room.

“I could have been killed - but the hotel are refusing to accept the severity of the situation.”

He continued to say: “I started shouting at this random person, and he shot up and ran to the bathroom and was sick everywhere.

“He then picked up his clothes and ran down the hallway, still in his underwear, and sprinted past the reception desk and out the door,” he added.

LADbible has reached out to both Countrywide Hotels, who own Hunton Park, and Hilton Hotels & Resorts, who own the 4th Avenue South Hilton Hotel.

Featured Image Credit: Google Maps Image/Metro Nashville Police Department

Topics: US News, Crime