Nashville hotel night manager charged for sucking on guest's toes while guest was sleeping

"I could see he was wearing a uniform, he had his name tag on."

Joshua Young North Carolina

On March 30, a 52-year-old night manager of a Nashville, Tennessee Hilton hotel, David Neal, allegedly entered a male guest's room and began sucking on his toes.

According to local news, Neal was arrested on Friday and charged with aggravated burglary and assault.

According to Nashville's News Channel 5, the victim was Texas native Peter Brennan, who said, "I was in Nashville for a work conference. I awoke to a gentleman, an employee of the Hilton, assaulting me."

The manager allegedly made a key card to enter the man's room and he then walked inside around 5 am to begin the sucking, according to Nashville Metropolitan Police. The guest of the 4th Avenue South Hilton Hotel woke up to someone slurping on his appendage and confronted the man.

Brennan said he "Instantly jumped up and was screaming. Went into sort of fact-finding mode. Who are you? Why are you in my room? What are you doing here?"

"I could see he was wearing a uniform, he had his name tag on. He was talking to me but not giving me any substantive answers," Brennan continued.

The guest recognized the toe sucker as an employee of the hotel because he had entered the guest's room the day before to fix the room's television.

Manager Neal reportedly told authorities that he did enter the guest's room but only because he sniffed smoke and was concerned of a possible fire.

No other guests reported signs of a fire that night.

Neal was arrested at his Lebanon, Tennessee home and told police he no longer had the key card to the room and that he had thrown it away, the New York Post reports.

According to Healthline, a sexual interest in feet, or a foot fetish, is known as podophilia.

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