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August 27, 2020

CIVIL SERVANTS HARD AT WORK

Government worker caught having sex with secretary during Zoom call

(Thanks to Allen at Division)

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What was the point of the WARNING on the Star story. You couldn't see a darn thing.

To quote a quote attributed to Noah Webster of dictionary fame”

One day his wife returned home and was shocked to discover him caressing and osculating the chambermaid.

The wife cried out, “Noah! I am surprised!” The stunned man’s reflexive thought patterns were immediately engaged, and he replied, “My dear, you must study our beautiful language more closely. It is I who am surprised. You are astonished.”

Given this was a government employee, it was the most productive thing he did all day.

The Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) has since confirmed Estil will be removed from his post as quickly as possible.
But first they're going to have to remove him from his secretary.

She was taking notes while he was making points.

The government worker said this incident was taken completely out of context.
Estil claims he and his secretary were working for the betterment of handicapped people. It was simply out of altruism that they were attempting to translate written laws into braille.

Estil further said that he will be filing overtime charges for himself and his secretary for the many grueling hours of research done in evening hours.

Ben Franklin's wife once caught him in the bath with the chambermaid. He claimed only that she was "exfoliating his back".

I am guessing Mrs. Franklin was not amused.

If only they'd known this sort of thing was frowned upon.

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