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Saturday, November 10, 2012

Sex and the bigshot executive

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click to enlarge SCATTERED AND UNCOVERED: Police report suggests more than waffles on mind of chain's CEO.
  • SCATTERED AND UNCOVERED: Police report suggests more than waffles on mind of chain's CEO.

SCATTERED AND UNCOVERED: Police report suggests more than waffles on mind of chains CEO.
  • SCATTERED AND UNCOVERED: Police report suggests more than waffles on mind of chain's CEO.

David Petraeus. An affair with his biographer.

The head of Lockheed Martin. Forced out for improper relationship with subordinate.

And now this:

A former personal assistant of Waffle House's CEO accused him of forcing her to "perform sexual services," among other degrading acts, during her nine years of working for him, according to an Atlanta police report.

Some of my best friends are women. To quote them:


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