Monday, October 13, 2008

Teacher by day, hooker by night

The other day, this article in the papers caught my attention, Teacher by day, hooker by night, which got me wondering, is it anyone's business what one does for a second income?

In New Zealand, a primary schoolteacher has been found out that she moonlights as a sex worker. What's interesting is that she can't be dismissed because the current Labour-led government has made prostitution a lawful and legitimate occupation.

To penalise somebody holding down a second job that is constitutionally lawful can be seen as a violation of that person’s civil right.


Apparently, this is the first of such in the country whereby a schoolteacher is involved though two years ago there was a case of an Auckland policewoman who got into trouble with her bosses for moonlighting as a sex worker at a top massage parlour. She earned up to $500 a night working in the parlour, on top of taking home at least $43,000 a year as an officer.

The policewoman got her job back.

So, what do you think? Should the primary schoolteacher be allowed to stay on as a schoolma'am?

4 comments:

  1. More power to her, I'll say!!!

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  2. I'll say she should be allowed to work as a teacher...it's her right to choose the jobs she wants to engage in....so long she does not bring that "other work" influence into the classrooms.

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  3. I can't give my answer to your question, but I guess many guys like to f*** teachers and police women.

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  4. As long as her night time job does not affect her day time job, why should she not be allowed to stay on as a teacher at the school?

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