Naked Civil Servants Fired

The Rural Payments Agency have fired four staff and disciplined five others after reports of naked filing cabinet hurdling, amongst other pranks. The Register reports that:

Allegations that staff hid vomit in the office in order to fester was borne out by investigators, with four cups of sick confirmed. The report also reveals: "There have been incidents involving faeces, female sanitary products and mucus deposited."

I am so very, very glad I don't work there...

Pranks

Posted on Fri Aug 11, 2006



Comments

I'm a records technician and probably MOST likely to be accused of this kind of activity here in the states... :down:

so far I'm NOT GUILTY though (and also glad I am not in that office as well Flora).
Posted by oppiejoe  in  Michigan - USA  on  Fri Aug 11, 2006  at  11:35 AM
and in a government job no less
Posted by Razela  in  Chicago, IL  on  Fri Aug 11, 2006  at  06:38 PM
Naked filing cabinet hurdling? Filing cabinets are dangerous enough without hurdling over them naked.
Posted by Smerk  in  to mischief  on  Fri Aug 11, 2006  at  09:52 PM
oh. my. god.

the jackass boys dont got nothing on them... still when i went to school there used to be guys who d ostuff like that on the bus, one boy urinated in a corner and their favourite game was to fake a gangbang...
lot of repressed homosexuals on that bus
Posted by joodd  on  Sat Aug 12, 2006  at  05:12 PM
"... their favourite game was to fake a gangbang...
lot of repressed homosexuals on that bus"

Hmm, they it sounds to me like they weren't quite repressed enough.
Posted by Big Gary  on  Sun Aug 13, 2006  at  01:22 PM
Well, really, why even come to work if you can't jump around naked, store vomit and other bodily fluids, and generally have a little good clean fun?
Posted by Big Gary  on  Sun Aug 13, 2006  at  01:24 PM
"..sounds to me like they weren't quite repressed enough."

Yep, some people just need a good repressing every now and then.
Posted by Owen  on  Mon Aug 14, 2006  at  10:15 AM
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