Hyatt Guest Sues Over Cross-Dressing Employee

She found him wearing her underwear, skirt
By Evann Gastaldo,  Newser Staff
Posted Oct 6, 2010 12:09 PM CDT
Hyatt Guest Dayanara Fernandez Sues Over Cross-Dressing Employee
Yep, those are a man's legs. Just not Oscar Garcia-Franco's.   (?Wil Pharma)

A Los Angeles woman came back to her Hyatt hotel room to find that a male cleaning person was still inside … and wearing her panties, skirt, and high heels. Dayanara Fernandez, who is now suing the hotel company, found Oscar Garcia-Franco in her Illinois room on June 6 wearing a Hyatt shirt and “an unusual expression on his face.” She soon found out why when the employee fled to the bathroom and she spotted the rest of his ensemble.

The rest of her clothes were strewn around the room, The Smoking Gun reports. After changing, Garcia-Franco left the bathroom and implored Fernandez, “Don’t tell.” Not surprisingly, she did tell, but she claims hotel management didn’t believe her. She insisted the police be called; Garcia-Franco broke down in tears, admitted the pantie-wearing to the cops, and was charged with disorderly conduct. Her lawsuit against the Hyatt Corporation alleges invasion of privacy.
(More cross dressing stories.)

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