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By thinkimquitting - / Monday 25 June 2012 21:49 / Australia - Yarraville
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  IsAbElLiCiA20  |  6

I just have one question after reading that awfully creepy FML.. How the HELL is he a boss doing weird, random, uncalled for shit like that?? FYL... I was very disturbed reading that, I couldn't even imagine that happening to me in person, let alone having to take orders from that wack job.

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  IsAbElLiCiA20  |  6

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  xk75  |  4

Odd behavior is one thing, actual physical manipulation of a subordinate's body is quite another.... I don't think a call to a local employment/labor lawyer office is a bad idea.

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  Ameel_fml  |  19

"A lawsuit just because the boss does odd things?" Considering those "odd things" involve the physical grabbing and manipulation of a person's limbs, then yeah, it's considered physical assault (and possibly even sexual assault if the boss is doing it for sexual reasons.)

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  Axipiter  |  24

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  geko911  |  22

19- they are theoretically good... With one major flaw... You still end up being raped! You might. Might catch the rapist but that doesn't mean the girls life isn't fucked up over it. Why I say might, I doubt you actually totally need a doctor to be able to take it off...

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  Renesaga  |  8

Good work, 32. You're ripping off of Bo Burnham's comedy. It's a stupid observation, and not meant to be taken literally. Rape whistle manufacturers aren't in it for money. They're in it to.. oh, I don't know.. prevent rape, maybe?

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  schmelia  |  10

32 - Obviously you're trying to make a joke, but it's not funny. Here's why: Rape whistles don't always prevent rape, and certainly don't prevent rape attempts. It's ignorant to suggest that. Rape is a massive cultural/social issue that a whistle isn't going to fix. It was stupid and incredibly insensitive to suggest that if someone were able to wholly prevent rape, they should choose not to if they could gain financially by not preventing it.

By  DigitalFusion  |  4

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  BunchieRules  |  31

117 - I agree that this could have been a reply to 1, because putting the emphasis on "and" made it sound that way. But maybe 2 didn't notice 1's comment because they were only two minutes apart.

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  TheDrifter  |  23

I dunno about that, it sounds like he's sizing up the restraints in his unmarked white van and this was just a clearance check to see if she could reach the door.

By  zebrax1992  |  1

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  aleeshttylXD  |  9

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By  brewmasterg  |  32

Maybe you should.. I dunno. Tell him? Otherwise you could always call HR and say he's making you uncomfortable in your workplace if you have that kind of support available. If not, FYL.

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