Nashville Hilton hotel guest wakes up to manager "sucking his toes"
· May 8, 2023 ·

Here's another reason to deadbolt that hotel room door (and carry a blaster where able).

Peter Brennan was soundly sleeping in his room at the Hilton Downtown Nashville hotel when he woke up to a man SUCKING HIS TOES.

According to Brennan and the police, that man was 52-year-old David Neal, the manager of the hotel!

"I was in Nashville for a work conference," [Brennan] said. "I awoke to a gentleman, an employee of the Hilton, assaulting me."

"I 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."

Police have charged Neal with aggravated burglary and assault.

And I'm sorry, but while this is all alleged before a conviction, this guy looks exactly like the type of creep who would sneak into your room like Gollum to live out some sick fetish.

According to News Channel 5 in Nashville, Brennan is suing Hilton over the incident, citing the criminal record of the manger as malfeasance on the company's part.

"We found multiple crimes — felonies, prison time, court decisions," said Michael Fisher, Brennan's attorney with the Rocky McElhaney Law Firm.


"They have to be very careful with who you give access to that has the ability to create guest key cards for any room in the hotel," said Fisher.

Brennan says he doesn't feel safe sleeping, even in his own home, after the incident.

Hilton says the hotel is independently owned and released this statement:

Hilton Nashville Downtown is independently owned and operated by a third party and no Hilton entity employs staff at this property. The safety and security of our guests is our top priority and Hilton takes matters such as these very seriously.

The management of the Nashville hotel also said "the safety and security of our guests and team members" is their "highest priority."


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