Pearson Airport worker disciplined af...

Pearson Airport worker disciplined after watching pornography on the job

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#1 Dec 11, 2012
Pearson Airport worker disciplined after watching pornography on the job
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Russell Piffer and Touria Izri
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A Pearson airport employee has been disciplined after being caught looking at pornography at work on Dec. 7.

The incident was reported to the airport’s operations centre on the weekend, said Greater Toronto Airports Authority spokesman Scott Armstrong.

In a video taken by an airport visitor, a male worker can be seen at a cluttered desk, allegedly viewing pornography on a laptop at an unnamed location in Terminal 3.

The offending images have been blurred out in broadcasts of the video.

“We find it absolutely unacceptable behaviour for any airport employee. The individual in question has been identified and disciplined appropriately,” Armstrong said.

Armstrong would not name the disciplined employee nor say if Pearson has any restrictions in place to limit employees’ Internet access

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