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Mon Apr 28, 2008 1:21 pm Reply and quote this post
JOB CENTRES across Blighty feel it is their moral duty to advertise jobs for people who take their clothes off in front of webcams.

According to the Beeb, a student Anna Ellis-Jones was "amazed" and " disgusted" to find adverts for nude webcam operators at her Jobcentre Plus office in Llangefni, Anglesey. It appears she was also again shocked when she also saw the adverts at Bangor in Gwynedd.

She said that government agencies should not be doing that sort of thing. Government departments should never be doing things related to naughtiness and in her day, well actually it is her day, but they still shouldn't be doing it.

The Department of Work and Pensions told the Beeb that it had a moral obligation to allow all legal jobs to be advertised. Apparently, in 2003 there was a legal ruling which meant it had to do it and there was no getting out of it.

These sorts of jobs are only 0.016 per cent of all vacancies and the whole thing is a storm in a teacup. After all it is not as if Jobcentres are demanding that people get their kit off or lose their benefits.
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The job did not really seem to be worth the agro. You only got minimum wages for a four hour shift and you didn't even get a free uniform.


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