Employees at the Missouri Department of Corrections allegedly streamed Netflix movies on state computers while an offender in the halfway house they were meant to guard hanged himself. They didn't find him for another 10 hours. According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, surveillance footage shows that the employees skipped the necessary security checks at the facility and opted instead to watch the movies. Meanwhile, they claimed on a document that they had been checking on him. Lying on a government document is illegal. The 41-year-old, identified as David Garceau, killed himself in the 550-bed facility on Oct. 23, but he was wasn't pronounced dead until he was found many hours later and paramedics arrived in the early morning hours of the 24th. Garceau struggled with mental illness and drug addiction, according to the Post-Dispatch.