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<H1>Australian banker caught ogling nearly naked model 'sacked'

An Australian banker who was caught on live television looking at racy near-nude photographs on his computer, has reportedly been sacked from his job.

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The Macquarie Private Wealth employee ran into trouble when he opened an email containing images of Australian model Miranda Kerr from a recent GQ Magazine shoot, unaware that a colleague nearby was doing a live television interview about the Australian economy.
Australia's Seven Network broadcast the news item on Tuesday, with the photographs clearly showing on a computer screen in the background.

At one stage, the man turns and looks directly at the television camera and realises his actions have been caught on camera.

Ninemsn.com.au, an local online news website, later reported rumours that the man, who had worked for the company for three years, had been sacked. The company did not confirm the report.

The incident has become a global internet hit with over 200,000 views and a 5-star [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xhIu7qp5vo8"]rating on YouTube[/ame] .
See on his computer screne:

Macquarie Bank, known locally as the "millionaire's factory', said it was taking the matter seriously.
"Macquarie has strict policies in place surrounding the use of technology and the issue arising from today's live cross on Seven News is being dealt with internally," the bank told local media. At one stage, Mr Kiely turns and looks directly at the television camera, then realises he has been caught in shot.
His desk was empty during similar television interviews today.
The incident has become a huge hit on the internet, with over 200,000 views and a 5-star rating on YouTube.
Macquarie Bank, known locally as the "millionaire's factory', said it was taking the matter seriously.
"Macquarie has strict policies in place surrounding the use of technology and the issue arising from today's live cross on Seven News is being dealt with internally," the bank said in a statement.


MALAYSIA BAN PORN IN OFFICES

Malaysia Government on Nov 28, 2003 issued a circular titled Guideline on Procedural Use of Internet and Electronic Mail at Government Agencies to civil servants.
The circular forbidden civil servants from activities that violate the terms of Internet usage at government departments.
Among the activities disallowed are:
+ using pirated software
+ sending information repeatedly that may annoy others
+ uploading, downloading and keeping obscene materials in the form of text, images or speeches
+ issuing statements tarnishing the Government and,
+ misusing online public discussion facilities such as newsgroups and bulletin boards.
Government employees are also not allowed to go into online chat sites, nor to use the their department's Internet facilities for personal reasons or business and political activities.
In addition to the circular Government also released a list of banned websites and blogs with allegedly "offensive" and "obscene" elements.
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said access to 39 websites and blogs was not allowed, especially on government office computers.
http://www.bintulu.org/news/2010/02/03/watch-banker-caught-watching-porn-tv-live-broadcast.php
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/wor...-caught-ogling-nearly-naked-model-sacked.html
 

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