What did the chair blaster have for lunch on September 13th?
A US federal employee was formally reprimanded this month (December) for excessive workplace flatulence, a sanction that was delivered to him in a five-page letter that actually included a log of representative dates and times when he was recorded “releasing the awful and unpleasant odour” in his Baltimore office. In a letter sent on Decenber 10th accusing him of “conduct unbecoming a federal officer,” the Social Security Administration employee was informed that his “uncontrollable flatulence” had created an “intolerable” and “hostile” environment for coworkers, several of whom have lodged complaints with supervisors…”
Previously, the turd honker had said he would turn the fan on when it happens. A manager recounted advising him that, “turning on the fan would cause the smell to spread and worsen the air quality in the module.”
The letter sent to the trouser trumpeter is a “formal sanction, which is placed in a worker’s personnel files for up to one year.”
Read more of the hilarious official account at Arbroath.
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