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By Suzannah Hills. Victim: Former McDonald's employee Louise Ogborn was made to strip naked and perform star jumps in front of her boss on the orders of a hoaxer pretending to be a police officer on the phone. The surreal true story of a McDonald's employee stripped naked by her boss who had fallen victim to an elaborate hoax is the subject of a new film. McDonald's staff member Louise Ogborn, 18, had been working at the Mount Washington branch in Kentucky, America, for four months when she was falsely accused of stealing a customer's purse in Her boss, assistant manager Donna Summers had received a phone call from a man pretending to be a police officer and, on his instruction, subjected her employee to a three-hour ordeal where she was stripped naked, abused and humiliated. It was only when another employee demanded McDonald's head-office be contacted that staff realised they had been duped by a phone hoaxer who is believed to have targeted managers of more than 70 fast food outlets across America. The bizarre episode is the basis for new movie Compliance, starring Dreama Walker, which opened yesterday. It all started when Summers received a phone call from a man claiming to be a police officer who told her that Ms Ogborn was a 'thief' who needed to be held until officers arrived at the scene. On the officer's instructions, Summers called Ms Ogborn into the office, took her car keys and phone and locked the door.
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