reply to post by kaylaluv
In a very similar note, I was working in a factory about 8 years ago for an agency. They picked me up at 5am, I would work till 6pm, and get taken
One day, they put me on a machine with this guy, who I have to say, was the pig of pigs. He spent the whole morning sexually harassing me, asking me
to f--- him in his car, rate his looks, and when I refused, he started insulting me and being nasty to me. It was such a horrible experience, that at
lunch, he gave me his card key so I could get to the staff area, I binned my overalls and head gear, and my ear plugs and I grabbed my stuff and
walked out the door. I threw his card in a field.
The issue wasn't him. It was now that I was about 20 miles from home, with no money, no transport, and my battery on my phone was dead.
Since the factory was on an industrial estate, there was a cafe cabin which sold food to everyone who worked in the area. I went in but I was worried
that I'd get into trouble for walking out of work 6 hours early if I told the truth, so I said that I was coming back from the nearby city with my
Dad, who then kicked me out of the car on the way home after an argument about getting a job. The cafe manager sat me down, and gave me a drink and
let me use the phone, but after trying to phone everyone with a car I could from memory, no-one answered so I was literally stuck.
After about half an hour, this guy came in. He was told by the cafe owner that I was stranded, and he offered to drive me home, despite living in the
complete opposite direction. That alone rang bells, but I wouldn't have got home any other way (parents don't drive and weren't even in the
country, other half didn't have a car), so I accepted.
Memory is a bit fuzzy on the way home, since it was such a long time ago now, but I made it home in once piece. That's not the worst bit...
The worst bit is, the next morning at 8am, I left to go sign up at the agency for a new placement at another factory, the man who had driven me home
who incidentally lived 45 miles away... was walking around a street from my house (I was careful to have him drop me off a road away from my actual
street)... he smiled at me, and I immediately turned back and went home and locked the door.