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NE Ohio employee accused of using bodily fluid in boss' soup

John Cutlip accused of putting semen in his bosses soup. (Source: WKBN) John Cutlip accused of putting semen in his bosses soup. (Source: WKBN)
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A northeast Ohio man is accused in a vulgar case of food tampering. Police say he put his bodily fluid into his boss' soup, and taped himself doing it.

Police say the man worked at a company in Struthers, OH, which is near Youngstown, and he did it as a way to get back at his employer.

According to court documents John Cutlip, 28, videotaped himself performing a sex act, then putting bodily fluid into his former boss' soup. Police said Cutlip's former boss found the video when Cutlip left his Facebook page up at work.

The victim, who actually ate the soup, is upset and embarrassed. 

Cutlip was charged with pandering obscenity and criminal mischief.  

He pleaded not guilty and is expected back in court later this month.

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