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Friday, March 30, 2012

Chumps of the Week: Eastlake City Employees

Posted By on Fri, Mar 30, 2012 at 12:22 PM

Were not talking about that kind of meat.
  • We're not talking about that kind of meat.

As far as we know there's not much in this cosmic moil linking NFL legend Brett Farve to city employees at the Lake County suburb of Eastlake. Thanks to the folks over at WKYC, we can now rope these two groups of people together – dongshot aficionados. According to a report from the station's Tom Meyer, city employees may have been passing around inappropriate photos while drawing from the public dime.

Those allegations trail the news that city building inspector Rich Vild was suspended in February for whipping out his own equipment in front of two female city staffers in the parking lot of a bar. Happy hour must have gotten a little out of hand, guesses of girth essayed, boasts ventured, questioned, confirmation promised. Hate when that happens.

When the news team rolled up on Vild, he had this rueful explanation:

"A couple people go out and have a couple drinks and people coerce you into doing something.

"There were other people there who were supposed to do the same thing. I left after that, so I don't know what happened," Vild added. 

Vild then coughed up the information on the women in the office swapping human anatomy photos. One woman even had a dongshot as her computer background. Word of their behavior was reportedly taken upstairs, and Eastlake Mayor Ted Andrzejewski is looking into the matter. It doesn't look like any laws have been broken. The video is below.

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