Mail-bombing suspect Cesar Sayoc worked as a DJ at a Florida gentleman’s club and was last seen at the establishment as recently as Thursday, local news outlet WPTV reports. Stacey Saccal, manager of Ultra Gentleman’s Club in West Palm Beach, confirmed Sayoc worked there as a “DJ and doorman.” Saccal said Sayoc had been working at the club for two months, and told the outlet she was in “shock and disbelief” after learning about his Friday arrest. “I never knew that his van was covered in political stickers. I thought it was an ice cream truck,” she said, adding that he was a “nice guy.” Scott Migs, Sayoc’s coworker, told the outlet Sayoc brought “two duffel bags and a cooler” with him on his last day. Migs also said that Sayoc was an “extremely nice” guy who would volunteer to work for him so he could take his son to theme park outings. Sayoc was arrested in Florida Friday after allegedly sending 13 explosive devices to political figures. He faces five federal charges and could be sentenced up to 48 years in prison if convicted.