Vibrator not a legitimate office expense

Authority rules vibrator not a legitimate office expense – 09 Aug 2007 – NZ Herald: New Zealand National news

An office manager who allegedly spent $32,000 of company money on personal items, including a home theatre system and a vibrator, has been ordered to repay the money.

The bizarre thing is that this even got to the Employment Relations Authority.

the silly cow also spent $10,000 of the company’s money on Trademe buying the vibrator, a two-seater and three-seater couch, a home theatre system, sunglasses, gold studs and a topaz necklace. A further $20,000 was allegedly spent on personal power and phone bills, car repairs, credit cards and car hire.

Wonders never cease.

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  • Spanishbride

    Ah my first vibrator…those were the days.

    My Uni flatmate Elvan and I visiting our first ever sex shop joking that there would be dirty old men in raincoats reading dirty magazines. We couldn't stop giggling when there was standing by the magazine section a man wearing…you guessed it a long coat.

    Well to my suprise Elvan who was going home to Turkey for an arranged marriage after getting her degree not only asked the assistant ( a guy ) to show us his entire range but had him turn them on so we could watch them vibrate all over the glass counter!

    We both settled for a virginal looking white model and scurried home for product testing and then a serious discussion later as to their merits.

    Well it may not be a legitimate work related expense but it certainly was a hell of a lot of fun in those heady days of being young, curious and free.


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