A Social Security Administration worker has been cited by his superiors for ‘conduct unbecoming a federal officer,’ relating to his ‘uncontrollable flatulence’ in the workplace.
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The Maryland man, 38, was reportedly hit with a five-page reprimand Dec. 10 that included a meticulously-crafted log of specific dates and times when coworkers observed – or overheard – him ‘releasing the awful and unpleasant odor’ in his Baltimore office.
The letter’s log reportedly cited 17 dates – and 60 times – in which he passed so much gas the resulting miasma created an’ intolerable’ and ‘hostile’ workplace environment for those around him. For example, the man’s Sept. 19 output included nine bouts of flatulence, starting at 9:45 a.m. and ending at 4:30 p.m. A trio of incidents preceded on Sept. 11.
The letter does not reveal who memorialized the flatulence.
But in the missive, an SSA manager reportedly notes, ‘nothing that you have submitted has indicated that you would have uncontrollable flatulence. It is my belief that you can control this condition.’ The employee had apparently submitted evidence to his superiors showing he suffered from “some medical conditions” that, at times, caused him to leave work early.
All these oyinbo people and unnecessary suing. Joblessness! Lol