A young lady has been captured live watching hardcore pørn video in her office.
The unnamed lady was seen seated behind her office desk and attentively enjoying the blue film.
She was alone in the office but we sense a colleague sneaked in to take a snapshot of what was going on.
It’s obvious from the leaked photo that work had close and the lady felt safe to use the company’s free WiFi to access the hot videos to satisfy her rising carnal desire.
In a related incident, a US woman has been sacked for watching pørn at the workplace.
State corporation, the Workplace Relations Commission (WRC) found that the company was right to sack the receptionist who accessed hardcore pørn websites while at work.
WRC stressed that viewing of photography was ‘wholly unacceptable and warrants dismissal’.
In another incident, a married churchgoing mother has been compensated with £20,000 after she wrongfully accused of watching pornographic material whilst at work.
Mrs Buckley,50 was dismissed by her employers following the frivolous claim of she looking at hardcore pørn sites during working hours.
She denied the accusation, but was fired for gross misconduct in 2010.
Mrs Buckley made an appeal to the company but after being unsuccessful brought her claim to the Manchester Employment Tribunal.
The tribunal took charge of the case, heard evidence that not only could the office computer of Buckley have been used by anyone else within the organisation, but that the sites could have been accessed by malware on the PC, where the PC is essentially ‘hijacked’ by pop-up sites.
The Tribunal clearly stated that the company had no evidence that Mrs Buckley herself had accessed the pornographic sites.
It found that she had been unfairly dismissed under section 98(4) of the Employment Rights Act 1996.
Mrs Buckley worked as a Finance Manager for the dental laboratory in Oldham, Lancashire for 10 years.