The time I had to lock my office door for protection (Part 1)

Part 1

In March 2013 my boss asked me to help her compile an online newsletter and asked me to collaborate on the project with a local assistant.

Suddenly the local assistant sent the whole office an email asking them for their personal address books in order to include their contact’s email addresses into the newsletter database.

Since I knew this could breach data protection law, I called up the local assistant to let him know. His reply?

“Don’t worry- if we end up getting arrested at least we will be locked up together and I can think of a number of things I would like to do to you while we are locked up…”

He then proceeded to try to tell me some of the things he was thinking about.
I cut and avoided ever having to speak to him on the telephone again.

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