A class of fifth graders in California got a shocking crash course on the birds and the bees courtesy of their teacher, Crystal Defanti, and an x-rated home video she accidently included in a DVD of classroom memories. The error was not caught until after the DVDs were distributed to the students and their families. Parents in Sacramento say the woman is a good teacher who made an honest but embarrassing mistake. The offending DVD starts with a menu screen that displays various school trips and functions. Click on one of them and you see kids in a classroom sharing stories. They then start clapping and the video suddenly cuts to sex. The teacher called one family's home the day after the DVD was sent and apologized profusely, asking the man and his wife to call every parent they knew to stop their kids from seeing the DVD too. The local school district is investigating the case, but it is unlikely that the teacher, who is well-liked and respected, will lose her job.
2.The bank employee who was caught surfing porn on live news
We've all seen news footage of a reporter delivering coverage on location when some joker runs into the frame. What you don't often get to see is a guy in the background checking out racy photos while his boss gives a live interview. During an otherwise stale report on the Australian economy for 7 News, the report cuts to Macquarie Bank, where a representative from the company begins explaining interest rates and inflation. For a solid minute, it's the most uninteresting thing in the world. And then you notice the man over the rep's right shoulder who's looking at what appears to be pictures of naked ladies (Victoria's Secret model Miranda Kerr, reportedly) -- while he's talking to a co-worker, no less. The highlight of the entire piece is just after the 1:30 mark, when the horndog takes a moment to look over his shoulder and spots the camera that's been trained on him the entire time.
The bank later said it was investigating the matter, adding: 'Macquarie has strict policies in place surrounding the use of technology and the issue arising from today's live cross on 7 News is being dealt with internally.'
3.The transportation security agent who stole over $200,000 on luggage items to sell them on eBay
4.The woman who kept a journal of how she was avoiding work
“This typing thing seems to be doing the trick. It just looks like I am hard at work on something very important.” and “I am only here for the money and, lately, for the printer access. I haven't really accomplished anything in a long while … and I am still getting paid more than I ever have at a job before, with less to do than I have ever had before. It's actually quite nice when I think of it that way. I can shop online, play games and read message boards and still get paid for it.”
5.The employee who borrowed her boss's Ferrari and crashed it
6.The cargo worker who fell asleep during his shift and woke up 200 miles away
7.The hotel cleaner who ‘beat himself up' to get day off
8.The daycare employee who left from work forgetting a 2 year-old baby inside.
9.The two metro employees who were fired for hiding 3,400 traffic tickets in a drawer
Two employees at the Traffic violations bureau hid as many as 3,400 tickets in desk drawers. The tickets should have been processed, but they were not. The women were assigned a certain number of tickets to process each day, but instead, they tossed 15 to 20 tickets a day into a desk drawer. They could never catch up and continued to throw tickets into the desk drawer, hiding them from supervisors for as long as 90 days. When it was finally discovered, some 3,400 tickets had not been put in the system. The bureau has implemented a scanning system to prevent this from happening again and the two women have been terminated. All the tickets have been inputted into the system and letters were sent to each of the 3,400 motorists advising them there was a problem and they now have 45 days to decide what action they want to take.
10.The girl who trashed about her boss at Facebook and forgot she had him as a contact
Who can forget about the worst Facebook fail. This lady started trashing about her boss in the social networking website and even accused him of sexual harassment. The only thing is that she forgot she had him as a contact and that he could read what she posted. The answer came right away, and she was fired.. via facebook!