In The Line Of Duty

An Australian government employee was denied worker’s compensation after suffering an injury during a work trip. The claim was denied because the injury occurred during a sexual encounter.

According to Leo Gray, the unnamed woman’s lawyer, “It could be that [the woman], in a moment of passion, reached up and grabbed the light fitting, or it could be that the man banged against it.” Either way, the light fitting fell and hit her in the face. Andrew Berger, counsel for the work safety agency Comcare, saw it differently. “If it is a quintessentially private activity it is not fair that taxpayers pay for the consequences of that activity,” he said. “If they wanted to be protected by worker’s compensation they would need to let their employer know” before engaging in the activity.

A THOUGHT: I guess I will write a note to my boss the next time I am going to bang a broad on a company outing: “Dear Boss, I plan on some high-risk activity on our trip to the Coconut Grove Museum so I just thought I would let you know ahead of time. Sincerely, Chase Morgan.”

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About Chase Morgan
Chase Morgan is just your average, ordinary All-American writer. Chase began writing several years ago, but never published anything until the "Are You Friggen' Kidding Me?" blog launched in August of 2009. Chase simply got tired of standing around and just observing all of the craziness in the world, so this anxious writer sat down and wrote the first "Are YOu Friggen' Kidding Me?" article on August 19th, 2009. Now, any time something makes Chase say, "Are You Friggen' Kidding Me?", the issue get's transformed into an article. Chase is currently single, homeless and living under a bridge in South Florida.

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