If I were google...
I would never give the guy a job.
This is blackmailing... I would not trust an employee with this kind of practices to start with.
Some friends of mine, tried to get a jobs at Google in different offices. I would say that the recruitment process was unorthodox and unpleasant for them.
One of the two refused to go farther at some point of the interview process, as he demanded a software architect position, and all he was offered was a (possibly monkey) coder job. This guy currently works for IBM as a consultant. He came to them with a quite advanced qualification in security and distributed systems, and two masters from two top of the list universities, resp. in Germany and in England.
The other one did not make it trough, but then, he is a robotics and decision system engineer, so he was a bit off. He now works as a light client engineer and is one of the most serious engineer I know of.