Man Arrested For Aggressive Cleaning
TO Southington, Connecticut, where a man has been arrested for aggressive cleaning:
Officers responded to the Double Tree Hotel at 6:27pm and learned that the man, identified as John Thornton, had grabbed a mop from an employee as she was mopping the floor. Thornton allegedly “began to mop the floor but became more aggressive and mopped over the employee’s shoes several times,” police said. The employee, a 27-year-old woman, asked Thornton to stop, but he backed her into a corner. Thornton was arrested on a charge of second-degree breach of peace.
Second-degree breach of the peace for mopping someone into a dry corner.
While he was being transported to the station, Thornton allegedly shouted insults and expletives at the officers and threatened them, police said. He was additionally charged with second-degree threatening.
Second degrees all round. But a first-rate cleaning job…