Emad Rahim, a former senior consultant in a consulting firm, recalled that in 2009, a candidate was almost selected for a position in the company before he failed the drug test in a rather unconventional way, the New York Post reported.
When the candidate emerged from the bathroom with the urine sample, it appeared he had spilled half of his urine on his shirt, Rahim explained.
Later, it came out that the man had tried to use his younger brother’s urine, and while trying to get it out of a bottle, it burst and spilled on him.
Another marketing director recalled that once a candidate requested to be interviewed via Skype and in the middle of his interview, a woman started walking in the background in just a bra and underwear.
Another HR expert explained that once a candidate came to his interview and broke into a song and dance routine in the lobby.