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Warm your drug test urine at 7-11 stores

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2018/05/06/woman-fined-after-urine-sample-damages-7-eleven-microwave-police-say.html

"A Denver woman was cited Thursday for allegedly causing damage to a 7-Eleven store's microwave oven when she tried to heat a urine sample, authorities said. Police later found Sanchez about a half-mile away, at a health clinic where she was waiting to undergo a physical exam and urinalysis for a potential job, I reminded her that urine blew up where people prepare their food, she told me it was not real urine,” a police officer wrote in his report."
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I was watching Live PD last night

cops were searching a ladies purse...they found synthetic urine...lady had it for the same reason as in the story...job interview...

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When did employers turn into pee-pee police?

When did just doing the job you were hired for correctly and well not become enough?

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Urine

When the employer requires you to pass a drug test to be hired.

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Rhetorical question(s)

Does a prospective employer have a right to know about a candidate's criminal history? If "yes", is having been tried and convicted for such crimes the only evidence that should be used in making a decision about the person's suitability for the job? I would add that, IMO, there are some jobs for which this knowledge more important than for other reasons. I would also add that there could be mitigating factors involved depending on any substances that were discovered but it would be up to the employer to make hiring decisions regardless of reason.

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