A former hotel valet is suing a Canadian business tycoon for injuring him during what the lawsuit claims was a "drunken escapade" that included dropping his pants and licking a woman's foot.
Michael Wekerle, a millionaire securities trader and the co-founder of Difference Capital Financial Inc., was in Little Rock, Ark., at the Capital Hotel in October of 2010, a few months after his wife died of a heart attack, according to the Toronto Star.
He was scheduled to meet with local business people, the Arkansas Times reported, but the lawsuit contends he was late for the meeting and spent much of his time in the city drunkenly wreaking havoc on hotel staff and guests, including the former valet who is suing him.
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"During the course of a drunken escapade, he initiated an event of horseplay with one of the unsuspecting employees of the hotel and seriously injured said employee," the lawsuit says of the incident with the plaintiff, Brooks Jansen. A security incident report posted by the Arkansas Times contains many of the same allegations.
The lawsuit says Jansen is seeking more than $75,000 in damages for his injury, but it also accuses Wekerle of several other offensive acts. For example, the list of complaints includes removing a woman's shoe at the hotel restaurant while her husband was nearby, licking it and licking the bottom of her foot.
It says he also dropped his pants and walked between the foyer and the bell stand naked from the waist down a few times.
None of the allegations have been proven in court, and Wekerle's lawyer told the Toronto Star the businessman intends to file a response in defense.
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