Writing a Bomb Threat on the Back of a Job Application: Savvy or Misguided?S

Both landing a job and finding a way to fulfill sexual fantasies can be difficult things to do. Sadly, after writing a bomb threat on the back of his restaurant job application, a man in Nebraska is no closer to achieving either goal.

Let's break down where it all went wrong for Jason Dornhoff, 38.

Realizing he did not have a job, Dornhoff decided to apply for a job. So far so good.

For his prospective place of work, ABC News reports that Dornhoff selected the Legacy 272 Restaurant & Lounge in Kearney, Nebraska. The Legacy 272 Restaurant & Lounge looks lovely and has all-you-can-eat crab legs for $30 Friday and Saturday night. Fantastic.

Dornhoff drove to Legacy 272, asked for, and received a job application. Perfectly executed.

He filled out the application. Simply da bomb.

Speaking of da bombs, Dornhoff wrote on the back of his application that he had one in his truck.

That would be where it all went wrong.

Here's what the note Dornhoff handed to his future coworker said:

"I have no money, a huge bomb in my truck, and a syringe of bleach that will kill you instantly. If you be quiet and help me, you won't die."

The employee "processed Dornhoff's application" aka "called the police" a little after 11p.m. (kind of late to be filling out a job application, but no judgments here). Cops found him sitting at the bar when they arrived.

According to court documents, Dornhoff, in a sharing mood, told the police he uses methamphetamines and went to the restaurant hoping to find a way to fulfill his sexual fantasies. "Hoping to find a job" might have been a better thing to say.

Police found neither a huge bomb nor a syringe of bleach that will kill you instantly in Dornhoff's truck. He is scheduled to appear in court in August.

[Kearney Hub via AP // Image via Getty]