The Canberra Times has the happy news (and more deft work in blue from court reporter Jenna Hand) that the public servant who tried to get compo for injuries sustained while screwing on a work trip has been knocked back by the Administrative Appeals Tribunal.
The woman, whose name is suppressed, was in a country town for work purposes in 2007 when she and a man engaged in sexual activity in her motel room and pulled a glass light fitting from the wall.
It fell on the woman, injuring her nose and one of her teeth.
After the Australian Government’s workplace safety and compensation authority, Comcare, refused the woman’s claim, she sought a review of the decision in the AAT.
Such a pity we can’t know the woman’s name.