Claire Swires MK II: Man suspended over sex boast email

Not so clever Trevor


A bank worker has been suspended from his job in the City after he sent an email to friends boasting about a chance sexual encounter while watching football on the telly,

Trevor Luxton, who works as a clerk at Credit Lyonnais, sent the email to five friends on Wednesday morning. Within hours it had been forwarded around the world making it the latest example of a private email being made public.

If you haven't seen it, the text of the email reads:

"Last night I was all geared up for a night in front of the telly watching football, having a ruby and a couple of beers while Jo's still away. Suddenly I get a text from Laura my mates ex which says I'm coming round because I need to see you.

So she comes round and we get chatting about all sorts of stuff and then we start kissing a fondling (as you do). Then I find my self sitting in the arm chair with a beer in one hand remote in the other, West ham on the box and Laura on her knees sucking my piece…

Then the phone rings and it's Jo who was bored at the airport...

So now I've got my beer, Laura sucking and Jo chatting to me on the dog…when Laura stops sucking looks up at me winks and whispers "say hello to Jo for me" and then gets back to the job in hand...

Am I the worst boyfriend in the world or what?????"

Now, there is only one thing that is shocking about this incident. It's not the fact he wrote it and sent it in the first place; nor is it that one of his friends decided to forward it on to someone else.

Even the comments that became attached to the email can be forgiven. Comments like: "think we should get this dirty love rat in as much trouble as possible" and "LETS GET THIS TWO TIMING *RSE HOLE IN TROUBLE.....SEND THIS TO EVERY ONE YOU KNOW WHO WORKS IN THE CITY AND HOPEFULLY IT WILL GET BACK TO HIS BIRD!!!!! I LOVE BEING EVIL!!!!".

No, the truly shocking thing about this email hysteria and public humiliation is that this kind of thing doesn't happen more often. ®

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