Our expert says:
Indeed, that could be a really upsetting experience : sounds like a high-tech modern version of the old-fashioned Flasher. In the old days, pathetic guys like him would have to go out on the streets in a grubby raincoat, prepare themselves under that, and then flash themselves at passing women.
Try not to let yourself get too upset : remember, what he most wanted was for you to be so upset, so do not allow him to get what he wanted.
Of course, looking back, maybe you could have been a bit more suspicious but really nice people often don't suspect others.
Interviewing by cellphone isn't done by anyone the the sort of sense he was supposed to have. Was the job so very senior and crucial to the company's work that he couldn't wait until he returned from overseas, or have someone senior locally give you a proper interview ? Why wouldn't his secretary have called you first, to set up the arrangement ?
Anyhow, treat him with the contempt he deserves.
I suspect what he did was potentially criminal,so you might want to consider consulting the local police for advice. How did he get your name and number ? How have you been looking for work ? Did you give your contact details to some employment agencies ? ( If so they might appreciate being warned that a seedy little guy like this could be taking advantage of them and their clients.) The smaller the number of people who had your contact details and knew you were looking for that sort of work, the smaller the number of suspects.
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