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One of the B3ta team danced on stage at the Brixton Academy dressed as an enormous white rabbit, and lived to tell the tale. Confess the stuff – good or bad - you've done anonymously.

(, Thu 14 Jan 2010, 12:10)
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You forgot to write 'needless to say, I had the last laugh'.

(, Mon 18 Jan 2010, 15:01, 1 reply)
That's a good point...
However, I recently started a text message wind up that got out of hand and almost got me nicked.

At that point he also sussed it was me that had done the free ad jokes, the office wind-ups, the book of insulting caricatures and the comic strips in which he (and his Grinch like alter-ego) got up to exciting adventures (such as dating self-harming whales while trying implement ever more elaborate paperwork implementation programs).

Mind you, he's now fuming and, although the cloak of anonymity has gone, I'm still rolling about laughing my head off!
(, Mon 18 Jan 2010, 15:05, closed)
You sound like a right charmer
Check out the Protection from Harassment Act 1997, you're looking at six months imprisonment and/or a level 5 fine (£5000) for that little lot.


For the text messages, the Malicious Communications Act 1988 and section 43 of the Telecommunications Act 1984 may also be appropriate.

If he raises a grievance against you at work you could lose your job too for gross misconduct. People have a right not to be bullied at work.

But hey, you thought it was funny and after all, he was a mincer. Poetry and buying things from an internet auction site? Beyond the pale! That justifies everything.
(, Mon 18 Jan 2010, 17:03, closed)
I bet he goes round accusing people of paedophilia too.

(, Mon 18 Jan 2010, 19:11, closed)
that's a bit of a leap from stitching up a guy at work, don't you think? Although, by the standard of reply to this thread, I guess your mentioning paedophiles could mean you are one...

(, Mon 18 Jan 2010, 20:48, closed)
"Stitching up" a guy at work in the manner described by the original poster is a criminal offence
Accusing him falsely of being a paedophile is just defamation - only a civil wrong.
(, Mon 18 Jan 2010, 23:21, closed)
you misunderstand...
using work time to fuck about buying stuff is letting down your colleagues, and if a manager it is a grossly poor example to set.
Equally, I am a fan of poetry and by some miracle achieved a first for the poetry module of my degree. I disapprove of someone using their child as a means to pull. The poetry, tattoos, constant references with no actual fatherly commitment of time, money and stability, displayed on web pages intended to meet women are the most repulsive examples of hypocrisy. It's easy to talk about your kids and profess to love them while doing nothing about it and blaming it on the ex.
(, Mon 18 Jan 2010, 21:02, closed)
I believe there are channels for such complaints in the workplace, generally
clearly they don't apply to you.
(, Mon 18 Jan 2010, 23:34, closed)

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