Friday, August 27, 2004

Dumb dealer tricks

Well I'm sorry to say it, but this was just plain stupid. It's this sort of behavior that gives responsible substance consumers a bad name. Two employees at the financial services company Prudential in Scotland have been fired after it was discovered they were using the company email to sell drugs from work. They apparently did encode the mail, but the company cracked the code and a police raid on the pair's home turned up a quantity of amphetamines, cannabis and ecstasy. Even worse, six of their co-workers were also accused of complicity in the dealing after their names were found on the alleged dealers' email lists.



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