Roads boss Grant Bosence flooded Kim Beaney with 2, Facebook and text messages, including semi-naked selfies , a tribunal heard. Ms Beaney said: "I saw this job as a chance to begin a new career with good future prospects that would allow me to provide for my family. Instead I suffered months of harassment. He told me he was not to be crossed and that he was responsible for hiring and firing staff. Mr Bosence told the tribunal that there was "nothing inappropriate" over the messages and images he sent Ms Beaney. He denied he had offered her the job because he was attracted to her, insisting there was "nothing wrong in his behaviour". Ms Beaney, from Sandiacre, started work in April But Mr Bosence was said to have engineered a move to a different depot where his friend worked as a supervisor to exert further control over her.
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Nigel Mark Phipps committed professional misconduct when he showed nude photos of himself to patients, the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario said. An Ontario discipline body has suspended a family doctor for 14 months for showing several female patients naked photos of himself. Nigel Mark Phipps, who is a family physician in Georgetown, Ont. On Wednesday, the panel suspended Phipps from his practice for 14 months. However, Phipps will retain his license to practise. According to the CPSO ruling , Phipps showed 11 female patients and three staff members photos of himself naked or semi-naked from his cellphone during clinical visits.
By Ryan Morrison For Mailonline. A new mobile phone that has been branded as 'child friendly' is able to block users from taking naked selfies and doesn't save 'inappropriate' images to the phone. Developed by Japanese smartphone company Tone, the e20 uses artificial intelligence technology to detect potentially x-rated images and block them. The device, only available in Japan , can also be set up to send an alert with pixelated images to their parent if a child tries to take a picture of their naked body. The Tone Mobile smartphone was designed with children in mind and has a range of features designed to protect younger users - including a camera blocker if it detects naked flesh. The company says it isn't designed to stop adults sending pictures of themselves to one another, but to protect younger users.
A nude selfie of Rita Ora is likely receiving a lot of views right now. The British singer's self-snapped and unclothed photo has already proven viral enough in nature to make The Daily Mail 's headlines. The photo showed Rita, 29, using nothing but strawberry emoji to cover her modesty as she posed completely naked in a bedroom. The "Let You Love Me" singer was showcasing her sizzling curves and taut stomach for her Fortunately, people have been taking screenshots. We did, and you can see the sexy selfie below.