BEEB BOSS: IT’S OK TO BONK AT WORK
RANDY BBC staff have been given the green light to have SEX in their plush new offices.
Thousands of workers, including Match of the Day’s Gary Lineker, have been moaning about relocating to Auntie’s £877million Media City in Salford.
But there is a silver lining to the move after one of the Beeb’s top bosses said it’s okay for them to BONK there.
Rachel Currie, Director of Employment at BBC People, let slip the saucy policy in an interview she gave to in-house magazine Ariel.
She was asked by Steve Blears of Radio 5 Live if he would get sacked if he was caught having sex or not having a TV licence!
And she amazed everyone when she revealed there isn’t an official ‘no-bonking’ rule in place to stop staff getting naughty.
She said “There is no ‘no sex on the premises’ rule but I would have thought our new openplan offices and glassfronted meeting rooms would be a sufficient deterrent these days for all but the most adventurous.”
Our BBC insider said there is now an unofficial challenge now to be the first to get it on. He said: “You’d have to be pretty brazen to have sex in the office, especially with CCTV being on 24 hours a day.
“But now we’ve had an all-clear there’s a bit of a competition to see who’s going to be first.
“I’ve heard people saying they’re going to get a kitty together so they can reward the first official BBC bonker.
“I just hope if Gary Lineker does it it’s with wife Danielle not Mark Lawrenson.”
HARD AT IT: Media City in Salford and accomodating boss Rachel Currie
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