An unidentified man reportedly left an X-rated note on a napkin for a 14-year-old ice cream stand employee. Police are currently investigating the case.
The teenager, who works at Downriver Dairy in Brownstown Township, Michigan, discovered the note written on a napkin and taped to the door of the ice cream parlor on July 6, WXYZ reported. The man who wrote it had reportedly sat in his car in the parking lot for over an hour and watched the teen.
"It was this in depth, very graphic - I'm sorry, detailed of what this pervert wanted to do to my 14-year-old baby girl," the teen's mother, Pam Swiercz, told WXYZ about the note addressed to her daughter.
The note reportedly told the girl that the man was aroused looking at her and wanted to make pornographic movies with her. He also left his phone number for the teen.
Swiercz said her daughter's life could have been in danger.
"What would he have done if my daughter would have opened that door and she was standing there and it was him?" she said. "You know, he could have grabbed her. Anything could have happened."
Police have reportedly contacted the man via the number he wrote on the napkin and warned him to stay away from the ice cream parlor where the teen worked. The police and prosecutor's office are currently investigating the incident, but no charges have been filed as of July 7.
Swiercz said she has tracked down the man who wrote the note. He is reportedly a white male in his 50s or 60s, although he has not been identified in the media because he has not yet been charged.
The concerned mother said she hoped the man would be taken off the street.
"I just want people to be aware of this man," she told WXYZ. "He needs to be locked up. He needs to be put behind bars before something actually has happened."
This is not the first time someone has found an upsetting note at a Michigan food establishment.
In December 2015, a customer at a Domino's pizza restaurant in the state found a sexist, vulgar note on her pizza order receipt that read, "F--- this c---," the Huffington Post reported at the time. The manager who wrote the note was eventually fired.