For some years we’ve thrilled to the tales of the public servant who pulled a local while on a work trip to the country and monstered the hotel room fittings to the point a light came down on her face leading to a Comcare claim.
Comcare said no, the AAT said no, but five years later the Federal Court has said yes according to the SMH.
During the hearing, the woman’s barrister, Leo Grey, said sex was “an ordinary incident of life” commonly undertaken in a motel room at night, just like sleeping or showering.
I’m also curious as to which government agency has a “human relations section”?
The woman, aged in her late 30s, was employed in the human relations section of a Commonwealth government agency.
I mean really, what were they expecting?