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Conventions are infamous for good times and big spending, but one Oracle employee is alleged to have gone too far – 33 thousand dollars too far.
Conventions are infamous for good times and big spending, but Oracle employee Jose Manuel Gomez Sanchez is alleged to have gone too far – 33 thousand dollars too far.
The man’s two trips to San Francisco’s New Century Theater, a strip club, and his penchant for expensive services have resulted in a lawsuit.
Oracle is being sued by the club because they’re refusing to pay the bill, which their high rolling employee is said to have put on his corporate American Express card.
The worker from the company’s branch in Spain racked up the controversial charges during last year’s Oracle Open World Conference.
Receipts filed with the court show that in one night alone Sanchez purchased thousands in lap dance dollars between roughly 1 and 5 am.
He closed the tab only a few hours before Oracle’s CEO was scheduled to speak.
Two months later, Oracle contested the charges, and American Express denied the club its payment.
Neither party is commenting on the case, but within the evidence submitted by the club are signed receipts, which contains a thumbprint.
The club also asserts that Sanchez verified his identity with a drivers’ license when he used the card.