Suzi (k00kaburra) wrote,

Mr. Blackbird is trouble even when he isn't troubling us!

Mr. Blackbird continues to give us trouble at work.  As I mentioned during his last incident, the CEO decided to get a restraining order against him after he hit one of our contract employees.  We got the paperwork written up, formalized, notarized, and whatever else you have to do to make it official and legal.  We were then ready to serve him.

This is where it gets tricky.  Mr. Blackbird has stopped leaving his house.  Traffic control has only seen him once or twice in the past two weeks.  I don't know what all he's doing up there...the house was put up for sale, but my boss mentioned it was taken off the market again so now we have no idea what its status is.  Even though we know that he's home, he refuses to answer the door, which makes it impossible to serve him.  He probably suspects something is coming, as his neighbor did succeed in serving him with her own restraining order last week.  But until he's officially served, the restraining order isn't going to be in effect...I wonder what that means for us in the office. Can we refuse him service if he hasn't been officially notified with why we are no longer able to help him?

It's amazing how difficult this guy can be even when he isn't trying to yap our ears off.
Tags: rha, work

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