shagging

Karl du Fresne on the Aaron Smith saga

Another sensible bit of commentary from Karl du Fresne.

The tut-tutters who clucked their tongues over All Black Aaron Smith?s tryst in an airport toilet must have been startled by the number of voices raised in his defence.

The Mother Grundys were almost outgunned by Smith?s defenders, who recognised that this affair was different in vital respects from other recent furores involving delinquent rugby players.

Public outrage should be reserved for incidents that justify it, such as the vicious assaults perpetrated by the rising rugby star Losi Filipo.

Smith?s airport encounter involved no violence or coercion. As far as we know, the woman was a willing partner.

The incident also differed crucially from the Waikato Chiefs? end-of-season revelry involving a stripper. Although the stripper appears to have been a consenting party, at least initially, she was a lone woman surrounded by men ? big, intimidating men. It was hardly what you would call a level playing field.

So: Smith?s liaison involved no nastiness. And it was one-on-one ? a case of two adults indulging in consensual behaviour behind a closed door. A victimless crime, in other words.

Read more »

Tagged:

Stephen Franks on rugby, rooting and rules

shagging-toilet

Stephen Franks is spot on with his analysis of the Aaron Smith airport rooting saga.

Have I lost touch with my country? Where am I?

When did it become an obligation on an employer to discipline an employee for what could be a fleeting airport toilet shag with a woman not his ?partner?, thousands of miles from the ?workplace? with no evidence (so far) that it could affect workplace performance.

I?m especially baffled when the nation?s most economically illiterate lawyers (employment specialists) have created rules that block and reverse the most simple and efficient measures by employers to uphold honesty and other ethical standards, and even basic courtesy. ?These idiots will expensively second guess the natural disciplinary steps ?that have for generations made workplaces civilised (and civilising) places for association among non-kin of disparate cultures and backgrounds.

Yet today our media have been reporting the the Rugby Union?s latest venture into controlling off field conduct without a hint of irony or criticism. I feel for the rugby bosses. Last week the media rage focused on them?for failing to give the justice to victims which the justice system denied. Media castigation should have been exclusively on the judging class who think they are therapists for criminals, freed from their duty to do justice by their superior compassion. Instead it turned into a witch-hunt on rugby.

Read more »

Tagged:

Was the rummage in the office worth it?

The two night shaggers who put on some entertainment for bar patrons in Christchurch by shagging each others brains out are no longer working for the firm who employed them.

I think they should have used the Len Brown defence…they’d still have their jobs.

The two office workers caught in a high-profile sex romp with the lights on are no longer employed by the Christchurch firm they were with at the time, according to NZME News Service.

The 50-year-old married senior manager at Marsh Ltd and the English-born 25-year-old woman have reportedly not returned to work since the late-night romp on January 30 that was witnessed and filmed by dozens of drinkers at Carlton Bar and Eatery across Papanui Rd.

The man, who has two teenage children to his wife, who found out about the affair only after seeing the images on Facebook, refused to comment when approached at his Sumner home this week.

What? The man who found out about the affair only after seeing the images on Facebook…What the hell…he was involved in it!

The insurance company’s bosses launched an employment investigation after the sex session made international headlines.

A Marsh spokeswoman said the company “could not provide any comment” on the conclusions of their internal inquiry.

It’s not known whether the wife is standing by the man.

She did not respond to queries from NZME News Service this week.

The younger woman involved in the affair has moved out of the house where she had been staying, close to her fiance.

Why are the media still after them? Bloody panty sniffing arseholes.

If it is good enough for a shagger like Len Brown to keep his job then why not them?

 

– Fairfax

Australian man in court for shagging ‘Michael Jackson’

First the shark, now the pig, always seems to be the animal?s fault, no matter what the humans do.

Michael Jackson. The other white meat.

A man appears in an Australian court on charges relating to his alleged sexual intercourse with a pet pig called Michael Jackson.

The 35-year-old man appeared in the Darwin Magistrates Court today on the charges of having sexual intercourse with an animal and indecent behaviour in public.? Read more »

Tagged: