Swiss Government Worker Suspended For Tweeting Nude Selfies On The Job


It’s nice to see that it’s not just American government workers sexting and sending nude pictures on the job.

A Swiss government secretary known only by the name of “A” was suspended yesterday for taking nude selfies and amateur porn photos, many of them posted inside the Swiss Federal House in Berne, Switzerland. The anonymous hottie became a media sensation in Switzerland, amassing over 11,700 Twitter followers before she deleted her account this week.

The Swiss Federal Personnel Office recommends employees only post images on the Internet “that you would at any time show your colleagues, employees or superiors,” but “A” initially claimed she hadn’t broken any rules because tweeting the photos was “part of her private life.”

When Swiss newspaper Neue Zuercher Zeitung asked her whether she was worried her coworkers might find her Twitter account, she said, “The issue is on my mind almost constantly.”

It’s not just selfies, there are a few posts showing full-on penetration. There’s actually very little we can show here, pretty much all of them show nipple and vajay-jay. You can see more of the pics on Gawker and a few more elsewhere if you keep digging, but let me stress that a few of them are INCREDIBLY not safe for work. Super NSFW. Don’t say I didn’t warn you.


There’s even a pic of her being used as a toilet seat. Again, don’t say I didn’t warn you.

Since “A” deleted her twitter, there’s been an “Adeline Lafouine” Facebook profile, which used a photo matching the Twitter avatar from the Twicsy page, and listed “amateur pornstar” as an occupation. According to Gawker, “La fouine,” in French, means “weasel,” and can be slang for a snoop, so it could be a clever porn alias. Gotta give it up for Oscar Wilde-like wordplay like that.

Gotta be more careful when you’re on the public dime. If you want to see the pictures, I won’t lead you to them, but I won’t stop you. Again, they’re super NSFW. Happy hunting!


Yes. “Never Stop Dreaming.” Of the unemployment line, that is.

[via Mediaite]

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