Here we go again. That moment in time when we just have to have that Godzilla-sized face palm reaction and say… Seriously?!
PSA: NOTE TO POLITICIANS: DO NOT LICK FACES.
IF YOU ARE NOT A POLITICIAN: DO NOT LICK FACES.
UNLESS YOU ARE INVITED TO LICK SOMEONE’S FACE, THEN DO NOT LICK FACES. PERIOD. JUST DON’T. THAT IS JUST ICK. NO UNINVITED FACE LICKING. PERSONAL SPACE, PEOPLE. PERSONAL. SPACE.
But things quickly got out of hand at the meeting, according to a report from the Florida Commission on Ethics. By her own admission, Nancy Oakley, a city commissioner in Madeira Beach, had done some drinking at the fishing competition. She spotted Shane Crawford, the city manager at the time, and Cheryl McGrady, his executive assistant. The two would later marry, but were in relationships with other people at the time. Oakley suspected them of having an affair.
Using expletives, she demanded McGrady, who was supposed to be acting as deputy city clerk and taking the minutes, be removed. Then, after the otherwise low-key meeting concluded, Oakley walked up to Crawford again. She allegedly licked his neck and the side of his face, slowly working her way up from his Adam’s apple, and groped him by grabbing at his crotch and buttocks.
McGrady, who had been standing there the entire time, told Oakley that her behavior was inappropriate. According to the report, Oakley threw a punch at the woman, but missed.
It wasn’t an isolated incident, Crawford told Bay News 9 last month. Oakley had a “habit of licking men that either she was attracted to or thought that she had authority over,” he said. He wrote in a 2017 complaint to the ethics board that Oakley had made unwanted advances toward other city staff, too, and that they were “not interested in enduring that type of treatment ever again.”Washington Post
While we’re on Friday PSA: Just fyi: Do not step on a moving treadmill …
… and if you chose to chase cheese down a hill, do so at your own peril.
Those are your Friday PSA’s. Stay tuned!
But seriously, NO LICKING FACES UNINVITED! 😆