Angelique Sanchez, 26, may have serious difficulty in pursuing a new job in Aurora, Colorado. Sanchez was cited for property destruction after she allegedly put a urine sample in a 7-Eleven microwave — resulting in it exploding. She was found waiting for a physical and urinalysis at a health clinic a half-mile away.
According to the local reporting, Sanchez was taking the test for a future job. One of the criteria for samples to stop manipulation or substitution is to take the temperature of the sample. It needs to be within a few degrees of 98.6 degrees. Microwaves can also effectively destroy the ability to test a sample.
Whatever the reason, leaving exploding urine samples in convenience stores is not exactly ideal for most employment records.