Here is the McDonalds Strip Search Video, a 24-minute look at McDonald’s surveillance video clips where Louise Ogburn was forced to strip, be spanked, and perform sex acts on coworkers.

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In the McDonalds strip search video, 18-year-old Louise Ogburn pictured above, was accused by a prank phone caller of stealing money from a customer’s purse and then taken into her manager’s office and abused for almost four hours!

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Louise Ogburn on phone with her accuser, “Officer Scott”, is naked except for her black apron. All the employees quickly fell under his spell and did everything they were told to do. Even the victim willingly complied with his strip search instructions.

Ogburn’s McDonalds lawsuit resulted in a $6.1 million dollar judgement against the fast food giant which was shown to have been aware of 70 previous strip search incidents initiated by hoax phone calls across the country.

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Ordered to strip completely in front of male coworker, her black apron is cast aside and placed atop her shoes. The store’s assistant manager had already collected all of Ogborn’s clothes, bagged them and removed them from McDonalds, basically leaving her alone in the office at the mercy of the mystery caller’s whims.

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Naked and now being spanked by her coworker, Louise Ogburn had no idea how much further she would be degraded by “Oficer Scott’s” phone commands.

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Ogburn was spanked for more than ten minutes to make her more submissive and do as she was told.

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Louise Ogburn claimed she was totally humiliated by her strip search.

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Ordered to perform oral sex on a coworker during her strip search video ordeal, Louise Ogborn did as she was told by “Officer Scott.” She was later sodomized by this same employee who wasn’t even a McDonalds manager…

McDonalds Strip Search Video

An 18-year old McDonald’s employee is strip searched in a back room after she is accused of stealing a purse by a man on the phone claiming to be a police officer. The McDonald’s strip search video is from Primetime on ABC. The original restaurant surveillance tape has never been publicly released.

Other Restaurant Prank Call Strip Searches:

The first report of such a call came in 1995, in Devil’s Lake, N.D.; another came later that year in Fallon, Nev. The caller, usually pretending to be a police officer investigating a crime, targeted stores in small towns and rural communities — areas where managers were more likely to be trusting.

Eventually, there were more than 70 strip search incidents. Most were fast-food restaurants, where the male and female victims were young and inexperienced, and assistant managers were likely to be working without supervision.

The manager of a Burger King in Fargo, ND insisted that he thought it was a police officer who had told him over the phone on Jan. 20, 1999, to slap a 17-year-old employee on her naked buttocks.

On Nov. 30, 2000, the caller persuaded the manager at a McDonald’s in Leitchfield, Ky., to remove her own clothes in front of a customer whom the caller said was suspected of sex offenses. The caller promised that undercover officers would burst in and arrest the customer the moment he attempted to molest her.

On May 29, 2002, a girl celebrating her 18th birthday — in her first hour of her first day on the job at the McDonald’s in Roosevelt, Iowa — was forced to strip, jog naked and assume a series of embarrassing poses, all at the direction of a caller on the phone, according to court and news accounts.

On Jan. 26, 2003, according a police report in Davenport, Iowa, an assistant manager at an Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar conducted a degrading 90-minute search of a waitress at the behest of a caller who said he was a regional manager — even though the man had called collect, and despite the fact the assistant manager had read a company memo warning about hoax calls just a month earlier.

On June 3, 2003, according to a city police spokesman in Juneau, Alaska, a caller to a Taco Bell there said he was working with the company to investigate drug abuse at the store, and had a manager pick out a 14-year-old customer — and then strip her and force her to perform lewd acts.

Ultimately, of the 70 confirmed locations where the calls triggered strip-searches, 53 were fast-food stores and nine were sit-down restaurants.

Some managers cried as they carried out the caller’s orders. But court documents show that others performed with great zeal.

At a Burger King in Pendleton, Ind., a supervisor was so intent on finishing a search of a 15-year-old girl in December 2001 that when the girl’s father arrived to pick her up from work, he had to jump over the counter to end her humiliation.

And in Dover, Del., a Burger King manager who was strip-searching an 18-year-old employee in March 2003 fought off the worker’s mother and boyfriend so strenuously that state police had to be called.

Court records also show that over time, the demands in the hoax calls grew more perverse.

At a McDonald’s in Hinesville, Ga., in February 2003, a 55-year-old janitor was told to put his finger in the vagina of a 19-year-old cashier, supposedly to look for contraband, according to court records.

In Joplin, Mo., according to a police report, a caller in May 2004 persuaded a 16-year-old girl who was managing a Sonic restaurant to strip-search and perform oral sex on a 21-year-old male cook — and then got the cook to strip-search the manager.

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Obviously, the McDonalds strip search video isn’t the only one ever recorded. Fast food restaurant managers seem more than willing to strip search employees and customers when told to do so by a stranger on the phone.

With 70 documented strip searches corroborated by news reports and private investigators working on the McDonalds lawsuit, there are probably lots of other juicy strip search video clips out there in some ex-managers grubby hands.

All the prank strip search calls were allegedly the work of one David Stewart of Panama City, Florida. Despite extensive evidence linking him to the many of the calls, he was acquitted of any crime.

You can also find out a lot more details of what really happened during the McDonalds strip search incident, including statements made shortly afterwards by the McDonald’s manager and by Louise Ogborn herself, by reading this extensive story detailing the entire history of the strip search prank calls.

And that’s the latest on the McDonalds Strip Search Video.