FOXNews.com - Report: Employee Lawsuit Alleges Company Used Waterboarding to Motivate Workers - Local News | News Articles | National News | US News: "A supervisor at a motivational coaching business in Utah allegedly used waterboarding on a member of his sales team to motivate staff, according to a lawsuit filed by an employee, the Salt Lake Tribune reports.
Chad Hudgens, a former salesman for Prosper, Inc., in Provo, Utah, alleges his manager, Joshua Christopherson, asked him to lie on a hill before he poured water from a gallon jug into Hudgens' mouth and nostrils as other sales staff held him down, the paper reports.
'At the conclusion of his abusive demonstration, Christopherson told the team that he wanted them to work as hard on making sales as Chad had worked to breathe while he was being waterboarded,' the paper said the suit alleges.
We always hear that the private sector does things better than government. I wonder if they are better at waterboarding, too.