An American restaurant hired a fake priest to extract confessions from its employees


In California, Che Garibaldi, the owner of Taqueria Garibaldi, employed a phony clergyman who was supposed to come to the establishment during working hours and encourage employees to confess sins such as tardiness, theft from the cash register, or ill intentions toward the boss, according to CNN.

Following an investigation into the incident, law enforcement authorities ordered Garibaldi to pay employees $140,000 in back pay, compensate for emotional damages, and hand over a $5,000 fine to the treasury.