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(Daily Mail)   Decades-ago Playgirl hunk sues employer for allowing him to make poor life decision decades ago, then hiring him knowing full well that his co-workers would find those pictures. Or something   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 14
    More: Dumbass, Playgirl, Daniel Sawka, Courthouse News Service, homosexual men, harassment  
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2013-06-01 11:00:52 AM
5 votes:
Employer did nothing about sexual harassment?  Sue them.  I see nothing wrong with this.  No need for a double standard of "he should laugh it off or deal with it in some creative way", no he was being harassed and his employer did nothing to stop it.  Too bad, employer who's now going to be known for that.
2013-06-01 09:23:52 AM
2 votes:

Spad31: Oh, fark you, asshole. Regret you whipped your cock out for a magazine photographer? Too farking bad. You did. Shut the fark up and get back to work or leave.


I have to take sexual harassment training every year at my company, and this fits the pattern of "hostile workplace" to a T.  Regardless of his poor decisions in the past, management should have had a talk with everyone before it got to this point.

Also, here's the photo spread, because bad decisions are still bad decisions.
2013-06-01 07:56:44 AM
2 votes:

dbirchall: Aarontology: Spad31: Oh, fark you, asshole. Regret you whipped your cock out for a magazine photographer? Too farking bad. You did. Shut the fark up and get back to work or leave.

Yeah, and Those women shouldn't wear such sluttytake off all theirclothes if they don't want to be harassed.

Put me in your beefcake mag, and it'll be one of the first things I tell any new co-workers.


Heh.

Still. It's not his fault his co-workers are incapable of exercising even a modicum of self control and professionalism in the work place. They should all be fired for clearly demonstrating they can't act like adults at their jobs and replaced with someone who can.
2013-06-01 06:07:59 AM
2 votes:
Oh, fark you, asshole. Regret you whipped your cock out for a magazine photographer? Too farking bad. You did. Shut the fark up and get back to work or leave.
2013-06-01 02:36:34 PM
1 votes:
1. Not bad. I'd hit it.

2. I only skimmed over TFA, but if these were male coworkers, I'm going to enjoy pointing out that men can be just as jealous and catty as women.

3. Dude has a legitimate case of workplace harassment, regardless as to his history. Harassment is harassment, folks. I'm not a fan of when a school teacher gets fired because overly sensitive parents find out she used to be a stripper or porn star. Adults need to learn how to behave as such, and it's no less ridiculous when these things happen to men. I'm guessing nobody was shocked to find out that all of his manly bits were in fact intact.

/Farkette
2013-06-01 01:31:10 PM
1 votes:

MrHappyRotter: Oh dear baby Jesus, why did you put that face on such a beautiful body?


Funny, that's what I was thinking. Body's good enough, but the face is dramatically unspectacular (if that phrase makes any sense).

And yeah, what a crybaby. Sure, he didn't anticipate photos becoming so widespread available, but that's just what makes life interesting.
2013-06-01 12:20:53 PM
1 votes:
If it's sexual harassment to remind you that you were blowing dudes during the company Christmas party two at a time, so is this. Even if reminders are the truth, sexual harassment is sexual harassment and has no place in the workplace.
2013-06-01 11:53:31 AM
1 votes:

cardex: filter: Must have been cold during the shoot.

That's what I was thinking do girls really like looking at small cocks that much, if I had opend an issue of inches or unzipped I would never see anything that is shorter then the guys thumb


Girls?! Only gay men read playgirl.
2013-06-01 11:43:56 AM
1 votes:
Oh dear baby Jesus, why did you put that face on such a beautiful body?
2013-06-01 10:56:12 AM
1 votes:

Trance354: so, while this is cause for concern, seeing as porn is being viewed at the office, why the fark didn't he just turn to the first person who made the "Timber!" comment and say something along the lines of, "That's what she said ... then she started barking lIke a dog..."  Thus getting in a rebuke and a Mel Brooks reference all in one sentence.

/or ask if said co-worker ever looked good enough to pose nude for a magazine that sold millions of copies every run
//take pride in it, they won't have anything to tease you over.  Still run it up the chain of command, as they shouldn't be acting like that in the first place, but take pride in it.


This. Though I don't condone them harassing the guy, he could have very easily turned it around and made the harassers turn tail and run by asking if they liked what they saw, would they like to see more, etc. That would shut most people up right there and it would be over with.
2013-06-01 10:51:20 AM
1 votes:
That guy has no idea how to handle harassment.

He needs to take the fact that he did that, had the balls and physique (and wiener) to do it, and throw it all right back in their faces. "I don't see any of you... gents getting into nude photo shoots. Gee... I wonder why that it?" Then smirk as you look them up and down.

When someone has something like that on you, use it as passive/aggressive belittlement. Don't blatantly violate any office rules, but imply that you easily could at a moments notice. Elevate yourself above them over it. Act righteous about it. They'll shut up fast. Plus... the guy is more likely to get some sweet office cougar putytang on the weekends that way.

The dude's a wuss.
2013-06-01 10:41:40 AM
1 votes:
so, while this is cause for concern, seeing as porn is being viewed at the office, why the fark didn't he just turn to the first person who made the "Timber!" comment and say something along the lines of, "That's what she said ... then she started barking lIke a dog..."  Thus getting in a rebuke and a Mel Brooks reference all in one sentence.

/or ask if said co-worker ever looked good enough to pose nude for a magazine that sold millions of copies every run
//take pride in it, they won't have anything to tease you over.  Still run it up the chain of command, as they shouldn't be acting like that in the first place, but take pride in it.
///not good enough looking for a magazine spread.  Too self conscious anyway
2013-06-01 10:34:16 AM
1 votes:
I actually agree with the guy.  Sure, he now regrets having posed nude 20 years ago (though I am not sure why people are ashamed of their bodies and view nudity in such a negative light), but his coworkers are acting like a bunch of idiotic 5-year old children and to me it does constitute harassment.  Sue away, lumberjack, and be OK.
2013-06-01 10:11:39 AM
1 votes:

Lsherm: I have to take sexual harassment training every year at my company, and this fits the pattern of "hostile workplace" to a T.  Regardless of his poor decisions in the past, management should have had a talk with everyone before it got to this point.


No kidding. While I understand most of the people working cubicle-level at ADP are probably childish vicenarian smartasses, the company IS a payroll service that offers other services like employee handbooks, compliance, and labor law consulting. You'd think they would apply that shiat to their own company.
 
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